A few decades ago, you might have had a dictionary with the meanings of words and sentences in it.
That was the standard format for writing, and even when you had a new dictionary, you still had to memorize all of the words, or else the information would be lost.
Now, that’s no longer the case, because a new technology called the WORD-TALKER app can tell you whether a phrase or a word means something.
In the words of WORD_TALKING:It can also tell you the meaning of words, sentences and phrases that aren’t part of your dictionary, and it can do so for words that you know and that you’re familiar with.
The app is designed to be an intuitive and easy-to-use tool for people who are not experts in the language or its meanings.
Its makers say it can help people learn new words and words that they are familiar with, like words like “pizza” and “pumpkin pie.”
But, as the app’s creators say, it’s also meant to be “a great tool for those of us who already know a bit of English.”
“For those of you who are already well versed in the English language, the WISE app is the perfect app for you,” said Jennifer Egan, a former editor at The Atlantic and now co-founder of the WINE Group, which is developing a WORD app that will be available for purchase on the App Store.
“This app will be a great companion for anyone who already knows a bit about the English Language, and a great way to use it in conversation.”WISE can help with a word like “haggis” because it’s often used as a verb in English, which can be tricky to interpret.
Egan says she has heard of people who have had trouble understanding what “higgis” means.
“There’s a great opportunity to be able to learn new things by looking at the context and the history of the word, and the context of the person who is saying it,” she said.
The WISE team says the app will provide the “first comprehensive look at the meaning and context of words in English.”
The app is free for use.
The WISE App is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play for iOS devices, and on Android devices, Google Play and Google Chrome.