Hello! Or maybe I should say "Bonjour!" Little known fact is that I'm currently learning French in kind of a cut and paste style using a site called Babbel. (Well actually I use their mobile app on my computer and phone..) Every other day or so I learn about a dozen new words and I have between a 10 - 100 old words to review (there's more words the longer you wait to review). These are basic words and phrases you would need to even get your foot in the door in France, though I've heard in more metropolitan areas a lot of natives are bilingual and understand most English. This app can get a little repetitive but for me it helps, I've seen improvements. Here's some screenshots:
Another app I've been using of late and I find is in all honesty probably more helpful conversation wise and in my ministry is the JW Language App. This app offers a flashcard style of learning and just like Babbel has audio clips of the words and sayings so you can get your dialect down pact, or as close to it as you can. Screenshots!
So whether you want to learn French, Spanish, Chinese or plenty of other languages try these two apps I've recommended. Or of course you could keep using Bing Translator.......none of my business :) TTYLLoves!!
Dreamer, optimist, realist....a lot of "ist"s... No worries, I'm still trying to figure it out.