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  1. I speak Maltese, which is spoken by around 400,000 people. It is a unique language, which is a mixture of Arabic, Italian, French etc...You can learn it here for free: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alpha.android.maltese
  2. Lingopolo just became 100% free and intends to become the Wikipedia of the language-learning world. You should definitely try it: http://lingopolo.com/
  3. NEWS!! I have decided to give away 100 coupons, for 100% discount on my new Udemy course - Japanese Conversation for English Speakers. Yes, that means you can enjoy my course for FREE!You can get the coupon here: Japanese conversation for English speakers | Udemy
  4. Hello, If you are struggling with grammar, memorizing new words or other boring stuff while learning a language, I have found a great language learning platform to study 100+languages for free. It's called Bliu Bliu (https://bliubliu.com/) Basically you read random content from the internet which was selected according to your level of competence. You press words that you already know and that’s how you "level up". No memorizing, no translations, you just figure out meanings like a baby from context. Also no grammar learning you just figure out it from context too. You can add your own books there as well. Another thing they are offering is 30days challenges where you talk with a native and get all info you need to improve. They have about 10ish different language challenges and they actually work! I was surprised to see my Japanese improve so fast and I could actually speak by the end of the month. this one: https://bliubliu.com/en/learning/challenge/learn-japanese-in-30-days-1/#video-102 I highly recommend it to busy people and for those who hate memorizing boring stuff, it's a lot of fun and not at all pricey.
  5. Yeah, this is our own app. It is new and we are studying on it. I am believing this app can easy people's reading on a foreign language. Reading Browser is showing you translations by Google Translate. Check it out.. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tr.com.blogspot.androidlister.readingbrowser02
  6. A little while back, I made my on-line “Spanish Pronunciation Workshop” available for free to all members of this forum. I decided to do it again. So, here it is...! I have also developed a “SER & ESTAR Workshop” but I would REALLY like some feedback on the Pronunciation Workshop. The "SER and ESTAR" workshop is fully developed but is not free. Check it out, if you wish. So, por favor, if you have a little free time, click on the link below, complete the course, leave your comments (for other participants to see) OR send me your feedback (bueno o malo) to: cesar@torreblanca.ca Muchas gracias...!
  7. A proven grammar-based approach that gets you communicating in Spanish with confidence, right awayEasy Spanish Step by Step proves that a solid grounding in grammar basics is the key to mastering a second language. Grammatical rules and concepts are clearly explained in order of importance, and more than 300 verbs and key terms are introduced on the basis of frequency. Numerous exercises and engaging readings help learners quickly build their Spanish speaking and comprehension prowess.download the book. https://goo.gl/yuVQpP
  8. I am a ~B2 level learner, have been learning Spanish via a podcast here: https://teacherjose.com/podcast/ I learn by hearing most of all. I have turned iTunes and ivoox upside down trying to find quality content that is relevant to a learner like myself. I found this podcast is one of the best around. I love that it's real Spanish with english translations here and there. The speaker speaks with a neutral Spain accent. What I like is that there isn't a clear topic, sometimes he explains expressions, other times gives tips and tricks, talks about motivation, grammar and all sorts of things relevant to language learners. I highly recommend it to intermediate-to-advanced learners, especially if their English is good as well.
  9. The best way I found to learn French is through the following free Android app. It has native prononciation of words for very common spoken phrases in French! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alpha.android.french Bon travail!
  10. Hi everyone, I'm Pedro and I'm new to this forum but I plan on being an active member here at linguaholics. I'm currently trying to learn french using the FSI Course and decided to record my language learning adventure on youtube. I hope that this forum will help me meet people who are also interested in learning French. if you want to check out my channel go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqwOTladqH71pBaWqVUeHTQ Thanks for reading!
  11. Hey everyone! If you're learning a language and you want an easy way to get started, check out this free learn a language challenge: https://rypeapp.com/learn-a-language It shares 10 of the most common words every morning to help you learn 1,000 words in 100 days. It's limited to Spanish and French right now.
  12. Hello! I have a free app to recommend to you all who do not know of it. It's name, you ask? It's Duolingo! This app sends notifications reminding you to continue learning after a day, as well as offering many languages to learn (which new ones get added every so often)! I have been using it for my Swedish and French, and I'm not doing bad with it. Consider using Duolingo for your next language! This app also offers customization options for the owl (it's mascot), which can be bought using 'Lingots" from completing lessons, another way to usher you into learning languages.
  13. Hola todos! I just launched a new course on Udemy called “A-Z Guide to Pronouncing Spanish like a Native!”. If you've been struggling to learn pronunciation, are confused about certain aspects of it, or just want to reduce your accent then this course is for you. If you’re open to trying it out, I have a coupon code to access it for free. All I ask for in exchange is your open and honest feedback and review. Feel free to pass the code along to friends or family who would also like access. Muchas gracias! promo code - APRENDER link- https://www.udemy.com/a-z-guide-to-pronouncing-spanish-like-a-native/?couponCode=APRENDER
  14. Hi co-learner! I have finally found two online tools I can use in conjunction to compare any male or female voices (very good) with my own. I can paste any text in many languages and for free. There is a fee for larger use. I can even change the speech rate and and the voice shaping. Iit's really a must to perfect our pronunciation like a native! Here are the links: https://acapela-box.com/AcaBox/index.php https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder Description of both services by the providers: "The acapela-box service immediately converts any text into an audio file by using the high-quality text-to-speech voices by Acapela Group." "SpeakPipe voice recorder allows you to create an audio recording directly from a browser by using your microphone. The recording is produced locally on your computer, and you can record as many times as you need. There is the option to save your recording on the SpeakPipe server and get a link to it, so you can send it via email or use on the web." I hope this can be useful to you. Feel free to share your experience here, waldan
  15. There are five free apps that aid a person willing to learn a new language. They are: 1. Duolingo 2. Memrise 3. busuu 4. Google Translate 5. iHandy Translator Free Which one do you use or have experience with?
  16. Hello Everyone, I am using the HelloTalk App to practice my Spanish with the native speakers. It's so easy to use, just like using WhatsApp, but it does have a lot of features for language learning, such as in-app translation, text-to-voice, voice-to-text, transliteration, and grammar correction, etc. What is the most impressive is this App is TOTALLY FREE. It really helps me a lot, my language partners are so cute and kind, I love this APP. Here is the link, http://br.hellotalk.com/l/9HqiBhUA7Q
  17. Hello, guys! This is my first post, but I know a really good place to help with your language learning! It's called Pronunciator; it is a website and an app (I prefer the website more, but I use both). The program features 80 different languages you can learn. It is a completely free site but only if you are a student and your school supports the program (like my school) or you are a member of your local library and they support it, which they most likely do. If you are not a student or do not have a library membership you will have to pay. I am learning Korean through this site, and it is really helpful for learning vocabulary and useful phrases, but the downside is the romanization is TERRIBLE. If you are learning Korean like me, I recommend you use this site only if you already mastered the Korean alphabet and can read it. I was lucky because I could already do this going into the program. I know that German and Chinese is ok with this aspect, but I can't speak for other languages and how well the romanization is for them. Some of the features pronunciator offers are progress tracking, quizzes on different skill sets, ProRadio, ProFlix and flashcards, The progress tracker will show you how far you've gotten in a lesson with an average of the grades you've made on assignments. The quizzes are made to test you on vocabulary, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, spelling, writing, and pronunciation. With the pronunciation quizzes you speak into a speaker (on your phone, tablet, or computer) and it will tell you how well you pronounced it and give you a percentage grade on each set you pronounce. ProRadio is kind of like Pandora but it gives you songs in the language you're learning with the lyrics on the right side of you screen. ProFlix is the same type of deal. It gives you a movie to watch, but it also includes quizzes and drills. The flashcards help you to learn by letting you rate how well you the word or phrase with 4 choices. How you rate yourself lets Pronunciator know how long to bring the vocabulary up again. For tonal languages such as Chinese there is Pitch Perfect which compares the tones to musical notes and then compares your pronunciation to native speakers. I hope this helps! Let me know what you think of the program. To sign up using a school or library account go to their database and search for it and it will let you sign up. If you would like to take a look at it here is the link. http://www.pronunciator.com/
  18. Just found out about a free program for PCs called Buensoft Lingua and it looks very good. Has anyone tried it?