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The Add1Challenge is awesome! I have always been a below average language learner and I am not ashamed to admit it. I floundered around trying to learn another language and never progressed beyond the very basics. What I didn’t realize […]
I was first introduced to iTalki while reading Benny Lewis’ Fluent in 3 Months blog. This is by far the best language learning tool I have found. You can set up language exchange sessions with natives or go for paid […]
BaseLang are an online tutoring service that offer unlimited lessons for $129.00 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 […]
Glossika works on the principal that the best way to learn a language is to listen to it. The Fluency 123 packages are fantastic. Each one is a different level and contains at least 90 days of content. There are […]
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 […]
Forvo is the largest pronunciation guide in the world, the place where you´ll find millions of words pronounced in their original languages. In 2008, Forvo was founded with the mission of improving spoken communication across cultures by creating a platform […]
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 […]
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 […]
Duolingo is the first language learning site I ever used and still do. The biggest advantage to it is that it is completely free. It’s a spaced repetition program designed to make language learning a game and also has apps […]
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 […]
Welcome to the Language Learning Library
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.
So I decided to create a site where we could share resources with good honest ratings and reviews that will give us all the information we need.
The Language Learning Library is not limited to products – you can list anything: pages, apps, games, youtube channels, books, anything you like.
Have a look around, search the library and submit some reviews for the products / pages you have already used. You do need to be registered in order to submit pages and reviews but we guarantee we won’t pass your details on to anyone else.
Anyone self taught in a language knows the pain of endlessly searching for really good resources.
Countless hours wasted going through materials that provide you no benefit and leave you no closer to your language learning goal.
This is not just frustrating but can also be expensive if you have also parted with your hard earned cash.
Spending a few minutes adding a short review here is a very easy way to spare someone else the same pain.
On the flip side, if you find an awesome resource and post it here, others can easily find it too!