Mondly and Oxford University Press launch new English learning module
Mondly has partnered with Oxford University Press to launch a new suite of English learning tests through the Mondly app.
The new module by online learning platform Mondly and OUP will enable language learning, assessment, and the testing of English via 33 languages like Persian, Hebrew, Danish, and many others.
New module to have Oxford grammar lessons and will align with CEFR practices
The online language platform revealed that the new module will integrate content based on the Oxford Practice Grammar tests and Oxford Learner’s Dictionary Oxford 3000, and will be aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) for reporting at levels B2, B1, and A2.
These tests are based on CEFR guidelines and integrated into Mondly’s pre-existing topics.
Confirming the collaboration, Alexandru IIiescu, CEO of Mondly, said: “We’re very excited to partner with OUP to offer content and testing from their world-renowned English-learning resources.
“There are over 1.5 billion people around the world currently learning English, including over 25-percent of our users. Mondly and OUP are the ideal team to comprehensively support and enable their learning journey.”
Mondly module to offer user-friendly access and support
The new e-learning module will offer easily accessible learning support with access to 3,500+ different questions and 108 different English language progress tests for each of the languages included in the partnership program.
Harry Cunningham, Partnerships and Innovation Manager at Oxford University Press, said: “We’re delighted to collaborate with Mondly, who have been pursuing innovative solutions for language learning for several years.
“Improving education around the world, and working alongside partners by providing our leading expert content to help more learners access the resources they need, is fundamental to achieving our mission.”
Emaido Affia is a Nigeria-based reporter for Global Education Times who covers stories from North America, MENA and Africa for the publication. Emaido is an experienced journalist and is also a lifestyle blogger in her free-time.