Interlinear Books has been participating in the conversations as @interlinears on Twitter. Here’s what people have said about us in the last week or so:
Might be helpful for language learners. Other target languages available too. Other base languages would be awesome! https://t.co/9PEGtNoUDE
— Anna Nachesa (@ashalynd) July 26, 2015
Liz also supports the idea of learning through literature:
@interlinears looks really interesting for anyone interested in learning languages through literature (one of the best ways to learn)
— Liz Disley (@philizopher) July 29, 2015
Then @rubytester is finally convinced our translations may be interesting, although the would like to see more of an open platform (we have told him it may be possible in the long run, but we need to do a lot more work first before we can even consider that):
. @interlinears pedagogically a great format with subtitles. Can you open source it and let the world community to translate for us all?
— яuвyтеsтеr (@rubytester) July 30, 2015
This is one of our favourites by @tisofa:
@interlinears love the idea! It's enough reason to buy a kindle just for this!!
— ting fang (@tisofa) August 2, 2015
@LanguageCrawler just told about us to all of their followers:
— LanguageCrawler (@LanguageCrawler) August 2, 2015
User @israelubeda reacted to this by saying he follows this method of learning languages:
— Israel (@israelubeda) August 2, 2015
@TalesOfLang thinks this can be very useful too:
@interlinears looks great. I normally don't use books like this out of personal preference but thought I'd pass it along. Can be very useful
— J. Daniel Moore (@TalesOfLang) August 3, 2015
That’s quite a lot of people engaging with Interlinear Books in just about one week: thanks all for checking us out, and we hope to get a lot more conversations going on. Check us out as @interlinears.