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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 […]
Loads of free Korean lessons in video, audio and text with a progression route, lots of examples and suggested exercises like “Watch the video, and make your own sentences using at least one of the expressions introduced in the lesson.”
Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced courses in Italian. All free from WellesleyX. Lessons are arranged into audio, transcribed / subtitled video, PDFs, quizzes and exercises. A fantastic set of courses all at my favorite price.
How To Study Korean is designed to teach you how to speak Korean from your very first steps all the way to being able to speak Korean fluently. Lessons are separated into Units. Each Unit has 25 Lessons, 3 Quizzes and […]
Mosalingua is a spaced repetition app and more. All of the sentences are designed to help you absorb as much vocabulary as you can in as short a time possible. There is quality audio for every phrase and everything is […]
Created by the University of Taxis at Austin, the Hindi Urdu Flagship is at the center of efforts to both collect and improve existing resources. All materials are free. As well as the main lessons, there is also a listing of […]
Learn English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese or Polish using a fun and interactive game.
As I am still in the early stages of learning Thai. Thankfully, the numbers in Thai are pretty simple, once you know one to ten, one hundred, one thousand etc then you can figure out a number quite easily. I […]
Learning to read Thai seems very difficult to start with, all those unfamiliar shapes make it look very daunting. This YouTube video is an excellent starting point. It goes through the top 25 consonants and uses pictures to make it […]
The VideoEle course consists of teaching units organized into four levels A1-B2. Each unit contains a video, a transcript, a tutorial and the solutions. It also contains interactive activities to aid your learning (although it’s primarily learning through video)