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The platform that comes to my mind when we talk about English fluency application is ENGVARTA & DUOLINGO. There are a large number of platforms that are there today. But I would suggest to you something that I’ve personally used and turned out to be effective. After using this app, one thing that I realized was “ I knew how to speak, but hesitated and never spoke.” What if I say, you have 15 minutes and the only thing you have to do is speak in English on a topic. You will hesitate. You will find a lack of words. English experts at Engvarta pushes you to the extent where the
Hey Linguaholics, Few years back I moved to Barcelona with zero Spanish, after months of Duolingo + tutors, I made small progress, but grammar was always a bit of pain. When covid hit, me and my biddy decided to improve our Spanish grammar and built tool for ourselves. It's a mix of theory and flash cards on steroids for grammar, with zero setup and optemised learning plan. We will be launching it next week, but would love to know your feedback on if that might be a problem for you and if what we do resonates with it. Feel free ro drop any suggestions and feedback. http:
Language Chat: The future of language learning A Combined Cloud AI Tech from Amazon, MS Azure & Google to help you learn to speak languages without complexity. Language Chat allows you to easily learn 14-16 languages 10x faster by chatting, listening & speaking with the power of Cloud AI Technologies. Back & Get one FREE Lifetime Subscription only on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/languagechat/language-chat-the-future-of-language-learning Back & Get one FREE Lifetime Subscription only on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/
Hi learners! I wanted to share Chrome extension that I've been working on for language learners. It helps you practice vocab and verb conjugations while you browse the web by translating some of the words and phrases on the English sites you visit into another language. Translated words appear in red - you can mouse over them to view the original text or hear the pronunciation - and it's easy to switch on and off when you want to give your brain a break. The phrases are specifically selected to be useful to learners - for example, it will try to translate nouns with the preceding article and v