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This is where we share some of our favourite language learning resources.
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Free Language Learning Resources
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Duolingo is a favourite for many language learners, and for good reason. Duolingo’s language courses are excellent, and completely free. Check out our Duolingo review here.
Anki is a flashcard app that prompts you to remember words when you are on the verge of forgetting them – which is proven to be a highly effective way to learn. Read more here.
Forvo lets you listen to how words are pronounced in your target language, with recordings by native speakers. Just type the word you’re looking for into the search bar.
WordReference – A dictionary with a difference, as all words include a discussion thread about their subtle meanings.
Invest in Your Language Learning with Paid Resources
When you’re learning a new languages, it’s best to use a variety of tools and approaches. Paid language tools can help you reach your language goals faster. Here are our favourites:
Conversation Countdown helps you have your first conversation in a new language in as little as seven days. This is an intensive 7-day email course to kickstart a serious language learning project. You’ll be diving in head-first to using the “speak from day one” technique to learn your next language.
Fluent in 3 Months Premium is a smorgasbord of pick-your-own learning resources that provide a full immersion into the Fi3M method. With Premium, you’ll build and maintain a language learning strategy and routine for the long-term.
italki connects you with native speakers for spoken practice on Skype. You can pay tutors for (affordable) one-to-one video lessons, or find a free language exchange partner.
Innovative Language Podcasts are produced to a very high standard and are structured to help you learn as much as possible, as quickly as possible. There are over 30 languages to choose from, the full list of languages is here.
I hope you’ll find these resources helpful as you begin your language learning journey.