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BaseLang are an online tutoring service that offer unlimited lessons for $99.00 a month. This is truly unlimited, no restrictions. You can book as little as a 30 minute lesson or more in succession if you want a longer lesson. Most […]
I’ve followed Olly and the “I Will Teach You A Language” blog for some time now. Not only is he an amazing language learner, fluent in 7 different languages but he also has an amazing way of describing things that […]
JapanesePod101.com is a language course, podcast and accompanying website that offers lessons in Japanese. It’s a “fremium” site meaning you can sign up to the site for free and access lost of resources on there, including the podcast. For the […]
Lindsay Does Languages is both a blog and vlog and I love both of them. Lindsay’s posts are mainly about motivation but she also creates posts around various languages she is learning too. There is pretty much everything on the site […]
The Mimic Method works on the theory that the key to learning any language is pronunciation, once you get that down, everything else comes naturally. Created and run by Idohosa Ness, it teaches pronunciation through music. The idea behind the […]
SpanishDict is a dictionary with translation and conjugations easily accessed from the same interface. It’s available on the SpanishDict website or as a phone / table app from the Google and Apple App Stores. This is by far the best free […]
Brief (1 to 1.5 minute) relevant dialogs using Latin American Spanish, with select vocabulary and transcripts for each lesson. Good for listening practice. Free version allows you to use much of the audio, subscription gives you access to more of […]
LingoHut is completely free. Our mission is to foster inter-cultural communications by making language education accessible to a global audience to succeed socially, intellectually and economically with language. We believe that the most effective technique of studying and learning a […]
Italiano in Famiglia is a fantastic online video series created specifically for foreign language speakers trying to learn italian. The programme itself and website are completely in Italian so you get that sort of immersion feeling but in a much gentler way […]
Learn Italian With Lucrezia is a youtube channel with a mixture of English and Italian lessons and video logs from Lucrezia Oddone. She uploads new videos every Monday and Thursday so there is always something new to learn – anything from […]
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When starting out in language learning, I had a lot of difficulty in finding resources that were suited to my level.
Internet searches were overwhelming as they yielded a mountain of results, the bulk of which were sales pages that told me that for the grand sum of x dollars, I would be speaking my target language in no time.
After spending money on a few of them and being no further forward, I joined some language groups and there I gained a lot of information about what was good, what to avoid etc.
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Anyone self taught in a language knows the pain of endlessly searching for really good resources.
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