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Runaway Daydreamer is a community for passionate language learners and travellers from across the world. It’s a place for me and you to swap language stories as well as our favourite, tried and true, language learning tips and tricks. You’ll […]
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 […]
FrenchPod101.com provides a language course, podcast and accompanying website that offers lessons in French. It is primarily audio but there is some video too. Each video comes with a PDF transcript and additional vocabulary. This is a “freemium” site offering basic content […]
Bilingual books for kids that can be personalised. You choose any combination of 2 out of 8 available languages (Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian or Spanish soon Russian and Portuguese will be added). You can customize […]
Lingualift is not your average spaced repetition program. LinguaLift leverages a scientifically proven spaced repetition algorithm used by doctors in training at Harvard Medical School to optimize your language acquisition and make sure you never forget. It comes with a 14 […]
Memrise is a space repetition program with over 200 languages available. Courses are created by users. You can sign up to as many as you like and then play through the site or on the phone app.
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 […]
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.”
Clozemaster is gamified language learning in context through mass exposure for learners of all levels. It aims to answer the question, “What should I do after Duolingo?” and provide a more sentence based and contextual learning experience to complement other language learning apps like Memrise and Anki. Clozemaster […]
This is an awesome Facebook group with over 10,000 members. It is a language learning community that gives members the opportunity to connect and practice with native-speakers, share language learning tips, and spread ideas through crowd-sourcing and crowd-sharing.