Have you ever wondered what the Erasmus mobility is?
Do you want to go to a different country to continue your studies but you do not know which country to choose? We made a list of the top 10 most popular countries to travel to with the Erasmus mobility to help you decide!
One of the most exciting time for university students is when they get a change to travel to another country to study. However, this can be a very expensive and challenging decision to take.
Erasmus in Europe!
To be able to allow students to travel to different European countries while studying and experiencing different cultures, the European Union created a programe called Erasmus. It is meant to help students to have financial support, as well as granted education while going to study to another European country for a period of time. read more
Food is definitely the main essence of traveling.
You can’t fully experience the culture of a country if you do not taste local food. Think about one of the best journeys you have ever had, wasn’t food a big part of it? Didn’t it make your overall experience even more special?
Home food, street food, local restaurants, secret recipes, unique ingredients, strong fragrances. Can you picture all of this in your journey?
Although appreciating local food is very important, it is not enough to be a perfect traveler. If you really want to eat like a local, then you have to learn how to behave like a local, which means, respecting the good table manners of the country you are visiting. This is something very important to learn ahead, in order to avoid being disrespectful or very impolite towards locals. read more
Know more about Eurovision with VocApp!
Every year, there is a music contest in Europe that brings together about fifty-two countries. This song contest is very important in these countries and along the European region. However, if you are not from there, you probably wonder: What is Eurovision? What is this “music festival”? Why does it last a week? And more importantly, how does it brings together so many European countries and others?
What about Eurovision winners, do you know any? Maybe you do and are not aware of it. If we know mention the winning top Eurovision songs, I bet you have hear of some! Do you wonder when is Eurovision Song Contest 2019? Read our VocApp blog and learn all about the Eurovision Song Contest winners, about the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv and all the controversies of the show, together with the expectations for this year’s winner. read more
We all love travelling!
The thrilling feeling of jumping on an airplane to reach a new destination, looking out of the plane window and seeing the sky, overcoming any distance and your limits!
However, traveling can be stressful sometimes, in particular if you do not speak the language of the country you are visiting. Catching a plane suddenly becomes harder, getting to the airport can turn into an adventure. “Where is the shuttle bus?”, “How do I reach the airport?”, “Where are the international departures?”.. how many times have you struggled to ask these questions in another language?! Well, now is time to enjoy your trip to the fullest , no stress, no problems, no panic of getting lost and missing your flight. read more
Easter Holiday with VocApp!
Do you know Easter Holiday? If you live in Europe or a country with catholic traditions, you probably celebrate it every year. But, what do you know about it? How do you celebrate Easter Season in your country? Do you know the Easter Holiday traditions of different countries?
With our Easter Holiday blog post, we will tell you many facts about Easter, when is Easter 2019, as well as Easter Sunday 2019. You will know why are Easter eggs a tradition? And where did the idea of the Easter Bunny come from? Keep with our VocApp blog post to read all about Easter Traditions around the world. read more
“Deutsche Sprache, schwere Sprache” read more
Many people think that German is the most complicated and difficult language to learn. Perhaps you’re one of them? That’s why today we’re going to give you a few reasons to see things differently.
So here’s some information that might help you change your mind.
Not many people know that German is the most widely spoken mother tongue in Europe! Indeed, it is used by nearly 100 million people. German is also the official language in several European countries such as Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and even in the Italian region of South Tyrol. This could be very interesting for those who love to travel.
Do you want to travel to the Netherlands?
Do you want to travel somewhere and are looking for tips on where to go? Well, do you know what Holland is known for? You’ve guessed it! Tulips! In their own Tulip Festival, many and many tulips of all colors and forms, miles and miles of gardens filled with them.
Have you ever asked yourself what is the best time to see tulips in Amsterdam? Keep reading our blog to learn some tips on the Tulip Festival in the Netherlands and understand a bit more about Dutch traditions and the tulip culture of this country. read more
If French language has always attracted you (which we fully understand), or if you’re just curious about it – we are now giving you the opportunity to order the famous “croissants” and “baguettes” all by yourself, with ease and simplicity, in just one week!
Indeed, this week is dedicated to the French language, which means that we will offer you to discover one lesson per day, whether in the cooking or business field, there’s something for everyone.
Many of you probably still have some doubts concerning French grammar, but let us go beyond the prejudices. That’s one of the reasons why it’s comfortable to use our courses – they’re designed so that everyone can access them, in a simple manner, and you will find examples or clues that will make it easier for you to study each lesson. read more
Read our Blog and learn of the Best April Fools pranks Ever!
The history behind the origin of April Fools Day, also called All Fool’s Day remains to this day a mystery. All stories involve some sort of a practical joke, that amuses and sometimes even offends, the audience.
Stay with us to learn all about the first pranks ever! And also the new pranks that fill the internet and the mass media, to entertain us during this special day.
The First Prank ever!
First on our list is the thought-to-be-original celebration of April Fools Day in France of 1582. The then Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar to replace the old one. In this calendar, the New Year’s Day was on January 1st. read more
How it all began?
“Where there is a will, there is a way.” It all began during a trip from Rafal, the founder of Fiszkoteka, to study in Berlin. He had only one month to prepare for the German exam and time was scarce to study everything. So he had an idea. Inspired by scientist Piotra Woźniak who studied memory and algorithms of effective learning, he programmed a simple version of the algorithm for his own use. The results exceeded his expectations and passed the exam with one of the best results. Fascinated by the potential of this form of learning, Rafal decided to share this tool with everyone. Fiszkoteka was born and today there is 1.000.000 users in Poland. read more