Are you interested in learning a new language? You never can tell where your language skills can take you to (both written and verbal).
There are now some language learning apps which are not only useful but also incredibly entertaining and fun.
Here is a list of such apps:
Proven Ways to Learn a New Language Fast
Learning a second language not only does it exercise our brains, but it also helps us to appreciate the differences in cultures around the world.
I saw a message on IG from a woman who said her niece is learning Spanish on one of the language learning platforms/apps I shared in the past.
Remember your skills can become useful whether it's a job-specific, adaptive or transferrable skill.
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First is the method of learning a new language, of which there are 4 main categories:
1. Algorithm learning
2. Textbook learning
3. Course learning
4. Human learning
Also measure the 4 important factors:
a. Time commitment
Other platforms to learn a new language:
1. http://Fluentin3months.com is a language learning website started by Benny Lewis. As stated, he’s well known for learning languages in 3 months, and has courses available to teach you his methodology. http://fluentin3months.com/
2. Conversation Exchange is a place where language lovers meet online to help each other learn their native language.
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3. Learn a Language | Free Online Language Learning
Learn a Language with free online language lessons, interactive games, and fun lessons. Learn up to 8 foreign languages with Visual Link Languages. Pick a language and start learning.
This has a separate mobile app for each language you'd like to learn. Each app is extremely simple to use, supports offline use, and varies only in the words they give you—all the features are the same.
Different methods of learning https://apps.apple.com/us/developer/renkara-media-group-inc/id284945276 …
123TeamMe lets you learn Spanish for free with games, quizzes, lessons, and audio files. There's also a sentence maker, verb conjugator, and Spanish-English translator.
6. BBC Languages - Free online lessons to learn and study with
Free online language learning: courses, audio, video and games, including the alphabet, phrases, vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, activities and tests.
7. (FSI) Languages Courses
The resources at Foreign Services Institute (FSI) Languages Courses were developed by the U.S. government and are now freely available in the public domain. There are 72 language learning courses here.
8. Livemocha is different than these other sites because it demands your participation in helping other people learn your language before you can take lessons.
It works by connecting you with other users who are learning a language you already know.
9. Living Language offers free PDFs that have thousands of essential words and phrases.
All the PDF files are meant for beginners and can be downloaded without a user account.
10. Internet Polyglot is more of a massive flashcard game. After selecting the language you want to learn, you can browse through a number of lessons that teach you a handful of words and phrases.
11. Speak7 is entirely text-based, so there aren't any videos or interactive lessons, but its very useful how-to samples help with common sentences, like asking for directions, writing letters, making a phone call, and seeking medical help.
12. MIT Global Studies and Languages (GSL) offers a rich collection of courses, seminar series, and research projects on sensitivity to enduring local differences—language, culture, history, politics and more.
13. How to learn languages for free? This collection features lessons in 48 languages, including Spanish,French, English, Mandarin, Italian,Russian and more. Download audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and you're good to go. http://www.openculture.com/freelanguagelessons …
14. 49 Free Language Learning Websites That Are Almost Too Good to Be True
Social media and smartphone apps have been bringing the world and its ideas closer to us in most of the thousands of languages we speak across the globe.
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