Flash has died, which is probably a good thing from a security standpoint, but many casual games died along with it. However, they are making a comeback with a new extension available for most browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. All you need to do is install the Ruffle extension and then visit your favorite game site (e.g., Crazy Games).
Ruffle is built with a modern programming language and sandboxed, so you don’t have to worry about Flash’s security problems and memory leaks. Most games will work seamlessly, but the extension is still in active development.
So go ahead and enjoy your favorite games once again!
Get free line-by-line translations, play a matching game, and earn listening points by clicking the link below.
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Beginners: My strategy is to first read the translation while listening to the audio. Then I listen to each sentence individually. After that, I practice saying the vocabulary words out loud. Finally, I listen to the whole text again without reading the translation. I don't try to remember or understand everything. I just let the language sink in as I gain more exposure. (Videos about Comprehensible Input)
Intermediate Learners: To gain some speaking practice, try opening the translation in your native language and then translate it back into the language you're learning. If you encounter any difficulties, you can refer to the transcripts.
Although you may use these lessons for short, intense study sessions, it's important for intermediate learners to engage in extensive listening and reading with simple books, TV shows, and podcasts as soon as possible.