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It's been a while since I uploaded something. I was quite busy with my semester project.

Being a native spaniard, I feel with every immigrant who had to struggle through the complexity of the german language. People learn best in their early years, when their progressive mind can take major influence and memory is developing. I learnt german during my preschool and elementary years using dictionaries and vocabulary cards. But mainly I lerant it through interaction; strolling down streets and through my environment enabled me to learn word by word.

This semester I've created an illustrated dictionary based on that experience. When you "walk" through the city, you come across a ton of things with their respective german/spanish word.

How to use: You can scroll by moving the cursor over the light blue bars on the sides and when you move across the picture, you'll find speech bubbles with the german definition of the object in Bold and the spanish definition in normal type.

There are 100 speech bubbles hidden. Have fun looking through! :wave:

EDIT: Currently I'm trying to convert it into an App. When it's done it'll be notified, so apologies for not allowing to download it.
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