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Tools to Teach Yourself a Language

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ONLINE LANGUAGE LEARNING TOOLS
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Have you ever thought about learning a new language? While it is a lot of work, it can also open up a lot of opportunities. You can communicate with more people, learn about other cultures, and even qualify for job opportunities that were previously unavailable.

Here are a few popular online language learning tools to get started:

    • Duolingo offers free, brief learning lessons and self-paced exercises to help users develop a base understanding of dozens of languages or review ones they already know.
    • Memrise is a popular vocabulary-building, flashcard tool for beginners that allows users to personalize their language learning. Users can learn a language with thousands of video clips of real native speakers, and fun and effective games to practice speaking skills.
    • Busuu helps users speak a language in just 10 minutes a day. Busuu encourages collaborative learning by offering users the unique opportunity to learn the language and practice their listening, writing, reading, and speaking with assistance from a rapidly growing community of native speakers.
    • Rosetta Stone offers reliable, accurate, and thorough programs for 28 languages. Rosetta Stone keeps track of user progress, scores users as they complete exercises, and repeats important ideas to help boost memory skills. Rosetta Stone also offers language learning programs for businesses.
    • Babbel is a comprehensive learning system that combines effective education methods with state-of-the-art technology. They provide helpful tools to start having practical, everyday conversations.

While these tools can be helpful, remember the primary key to learning a foreign language is practice. While piecing together words and phrases will give you the groundwork to build from, you will have to invest time and effort to become fluent.

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