Cookie Langs is collaborating with Oxford University Press on a fun English learning app

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Cookie Langs will start by contacting educational institutions outside of Korea to generate interest in the new service.


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SEOUL, South Korea – March 27, 2022 – (Newswire.com)

Cookie Langs, a casual learning app and artificial intelligence developer based in South Korea, has signed a license agreement with Oxford University Press (OUP) to use the Oxford 2000 Word List: A core vocabulary list containing the essential words that all primary EFL learners need to learn. Cookie Langs will use the Oxford 2000 in a real-time multiplayer game application called Fight app. The app pits learners against each other in racing games against the clock that test their knowledge and retention of English vocabulary.

Cookie Langs has a proven track record in education and technology. In 2019, his English learning app, FAN, received the app of the year award from the Ministry of Information Science and Technology of South Korea. He was also the winner of a competition for AI start-ups organized by iFLYTEK, a leading Chinese company in the field of AI.

the Oxford 2000 is the latest wordlist in a hugely successful series that includes the Oxford 3000 and Oxford 5000. The word list covers approximately 55-60 topics that typically appear in primary/elementary school learning materials, including “content” topics (animals; environment), “functions” (classroom language to describe things) and “notions” (facts, ideas and opinions). ; time).

Joseph Noble, Licensing Manager in OUP’s English Education Division, said, “We’re always looking to bring our industry-leading vocabulary learning resources to new audiences and we’re excited to see the Oxford 2000 word list used in such an innovative way by Cookie Langs.

Sang Choi, CEO of Cookie Langs, said, “Using the Oxford 2000 will help us take the Battle app to the next level. Words and examples are great for young learners of English. The result of this collaboration will be a high quality edutainment service for young people learning English. Cookie Langs will start by contacting educational institutions outside of Korea to generate interest in the Battle app.

About Cookie Langs

Cookie Langs is a casual app developer based in South Korea. Although an incorporated company, Cookie Langs donates 20% of its profits to projects supporting vulnerable children.

The founder, Sang Choi is the only Asian to have been invited twice as a speaker at the CeBIT conference in Germany. In 2015 and 2016, he presented the first conversational video service. Jack Ma (Alibaba) and Lay June (Xiaomi) were also CeBIT speakers in 2016.

He won the best film award at the International Film Festival of Greece in 2011 as a director.

About Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press (OUP) is a department of the University of Oxford. He pursues the University’s goal of excellence in research, scholarship and education by publishing worldwide. OUP is the world’s largest university press with the broadest global presence.

It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing program that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, Bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children’s books, teaching materials, teaching English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference works, and academic journals.

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