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  1. I look for bilingual wordlists in an excel, access database, notepad or other form. I prefer more than 30000 entries in many langauge pairs(English-Hungarian, English-Hindi, English-Danish and many other)
  2. Hi everyone,I want to introduce an iOS app which is very useful for learning Japanese, especially Japanese's accent and pronunciation. The app' data is referenced from famous Japanese's websites so that it is completely reliable. Below are the app description and download link, please take a look at this.JAccent is an offline Japanese accent dictionary for Japanese teachers and learners.You can search for the Tokyo dialect accent, and you can also search for kanji's meaning.Also, you can easily find opposite words, Japanese counter suffix, Japanese surname and so on.Absolutely, you can use it
  3. I recently discovered this app while looking for an offline translator and something to expand my vocabulary in either language. Let me tell you, it has a VERY nicely done design and aesthetic. Not only that, but it has quick games and quizzes that are incredibly helpful if your vocabulary quantity is lacking in either language (though it is mainly targeting English learners who speak Spanish I believe). Its games are quick and challenging, and I'm pretty sure it all works offline as well. Here's the Google Play download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nglish
  4. Hello, For those who may not have discovered it yet: http://endic.naver.com/ Check it out! Ania
  5. Bonjour, For those learning French I can recommend the following online help: http://french.about.com/ - tips about learning methods, information about culture, vocabulary, song translation http://www.linguee.com/english-french best online dictionary I have found so far! http://tailoredfrench.weebly.com/ my teaching website where recently I started a blog on learning languages, French culture, Bilingualism etc. Cordialement!
  6. I made a web application to look up words or expressions in dialogues from movies. This way you can see how these words are used idiomatically. http://www.subasub.com It also translates words to give you some idea about them beforehand. The main feature though is the ability to learn immersively from the dialogues. It currently has support for these languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Hungarian. I would be very happy to get some feedback on it. Maybe you are missing a feature or you would like another language etc. It is still under active development, so there are pro
  7. this app is available both in ios and android and it is free now with audio feature. while looking up a word with detailed definition you can see its wordnet. so you can check its hypernyms, hyponyms, synonyms, antonyms, holonyms, meronyms, related words, and some other wordnets which only linguist can differentiate actually:) another nice feature is that while reading the word's definition if you have any unknown word in the definition you can look it up just by clicking on it. you will go to a new page just as in looking up a new word. as extra features we can favour the words. and in the mo
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