No list of language apps can start without mentioning Duolingo, and If you’re learning a language, you have probably already heard of it. Duolingo is the most popular language learning app in the world, and it’s completely free.
The special thing about Busuu is that you can work directly with native speakers of your target language to receive corrections on your language use – for free!If you are using a computer www.lang8.com does a very similar thing.
If you like learning by flashcards, then Memrise is the app for you. This electronic flashcard app is designed to help people memorise information, which makes it perfect for vocabulary training.
Italki connects language learners with online teachers so that you can take private lessons via Skype on your phone or laptop, however It also offers an online language partner service for free, so you can connect with other language learners and swap languages on Skype at no cost.
Beelinguapp allows you to view the same text in two languages at the same time – so you can effortlessly use your native language as an aid/reference while reading, or using the app’s unique Karoake audio option.
There are texts available in 13 languages currently, from Scientific papers to fairy tales, and new texts being added each week.
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