Comprehensible input

It is a form of language that is immediately comprehensible to you, and the most valuable kind of input for any language learner at the start of his or her language path. As originally coined by linguist Stephen Krashen, comprehensible input refers to input that you can understand without the need of translation to your native tongue. We at LinguaCore call comprehensible input everything that can be understood by the learner in both the native and the second language. Every form of audio that has a script in the target language is comprehensible, and material that comes with the audio and script in the foreign language, a translation into the learner’s native tongue (and some explanations on the most obscure grammar points) is fully comprehensible.