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  1. CoL is a community wishing to spend our time talking about languages and learning new ones along our path. Founded by a group of people sharing a common passion, that is, the love for languages and linguistics, we shall be delighted to have you among us if this would be the case for you as well. Some of the main features of our server: We have a role system, so you can get languages that you're learning roles and you will only see those languages, as we have more than 40 various languages; You can also get a native language role, so it is much easier to find native people of one or another language; The server has a section for different activities, for example, word of the day, question of the week, shiritori, discussions, and various themed events; Our suggestions section is always open for new ideas for languages, events, etc., so your thoughts are always welcomed and heard; We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us and that you'll learn a few things in our company! You can join here!
  2. Are you looking to explore and learn an African language? You can learn the Efik language, the language of the people of Calabar in Nigeria. The app speaks the Efik Language and also showcases the rich culture of the Efik people and you can also watch videos to see how to prepare some delicious Efik cuisines. Click here to download https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ultimateappmaker.learnefikandroid
  3. We are a community wishing to spend our time talking about languages and learning new ones along our path. Founded by a group of people sharing a common passion, that is, the love for languages and linguistics, we shall be delighted to have you among us if this would be the case for you as well. We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us and that you'll learn a few things in our company! You can join here! (link just in case: https://discord.gg/3gsCYtB)
  4. Hi, Has anyone experienced learning a language by reading bilingual stories? What kind of books would you recommend for children to learn a language?
  5. Hi everyone! I just heard about this new app from a friend. I am an au pair in Munich right now so I am of course attempting to learn German, even though so far I think it's not an easy language! The app is called eKidz.eu and the idea is that you learn German by reading books in German. It is an application for iPad only right now and it's geared towards kids, but as an adult trying to learn German, it's still a fun way to learn German. For now the app is free and you have access to lots of different books with cute little animations and different levels of difficulty. If you download and try it out, let me know what you think. So far, I think it's a really cool idea!
  6. 50 websites to learn anything whatever it is: technology, programming, languages, design, marketing, business management, applications, personal development.In these websites, there is anything you want to learn from what is technical to what is literary and all are free. You can explain these sites and submit them to your blog or channel or anything else if you want. link: https://www.fiverr.com/redahanoni/give-you-50-website-to-learn-anything
  7. Hello I've started a yt chanel where I will post videos about how to learn a certain language and alphabets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0jHkLkpilI My goal is to show the way how to learn it give tips , my methods and such. It is just my first video and I will upload more. You can ask me anything regarding this topic.
  8. 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
  9. I can easily memorize 20 words a day if play daily. But like all study, really need to study consistently. Now I able to recognise 300+ words just from this app Playstore:- Learn Memorize Chinese Blog:- http://learn-memorize-chinese.blogspot.my/2016/04/this-is-website-that-can-enable-you-to.html
  10. We're growing our #Slack community of language teachers who'd like to share resources and materials! Join now!
  11. Hello, everyone! Many people want to know another language, but not so many want to actually learn it. And it’s understandable as no one likes studying. But what if I tell you that there is another way? That learning process can be exciting and enjoyable. Simply because you will learn a language doing whatever you like! Basically, I've created a book dedicated to learning any language as easily as possible while enjoying the process! It's called "MY KEY TO NAILING ANY LANGUAGE" I intend to share what I’ve discovered for myself over the years and hope that it’ll help you as well! First of all, here's a sample of the full book: https://sitdownandwatchme.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/my-key-to-nailing-any-language-sample.pdf It’s not a full version, but you can still find simething useful in it! And a full book is here: https://payhip.com/b/WKTO Good luck on your language learning journey!
  12. 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!
  13. ¡Hola! Estamos buscando a personas que estudien inglés para probar la versión alfa cerrada de nuestra nueva app para aprender inglés basada en tecnología machine learning. Si te gustaría probarla, consigue tu invitación en trysecretapp.com
  14. Hello! I'd love to invite you to join us to a Free Italian basic Lesson Join us for a webinar on Mar 13, 2017 at 1:00 PM CET. Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6911419422754764289 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. View System Requirements Ciao!! Marzia
  15. Hello friends who are willing to learn Rissian and Portuguese! We're Nika from Russia and Frederico from Portugal! I hope our videos will not only make you smile, but you'll learn something new and improve your language skills! We have subtitules in 3 languages!) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4lIcrnMaWXEOdL4dXsYELw Keep learning!
  16. Hi everyone, new member here. I'm from a text-based game called Cantr and I thought you might (or might not!) find it a really compelling way to learn or practice language skills. Alright, so here's the thing - Cantr isn't for everyone. And it certainly wasn't designed with language learning as the primary goal. However, it is a lot of fun, and offers an immersion opportunity for language learners. Before I keep going - let me just say that the game is totally free in every respect, this isn't spam or marketing or advertising - the game is run entirely by volunteers and operates on donations (though donations are so minimal that the owner just pays for servers out-of-pocket). Cantr is basically a player-driven story. It's a society simulator. You play from the perspective of a character and contribute to the story through "roleplay". It's entirely text-based, and that's intentional - it's supposed to be like reading a novel, except the story is 100% by players. The game world is so open that you can be anything you want - a politician, a philosopher, a trader, a CEO, a pirate, the leader of a rebellion, a king or queen, a homeless person, a nobody, a somebody, a traveller, an explorer, a colonist... I could go on forever. The game has existed for a long time - like 15 years - and the society has evolved as such. It's a really interesting game and I recommend you check it out regardless of whether you want to learn a language or not. However, here's the interesting part. In the game there are virtual continents. Each continent has a language group. If you register a new character, you get to select a language group. So I'm an English speaker wanting to learn Japanese and Spanish, for example, so most of my characters are English, but I "spawned" a few Spanish characters. Now, I'm immersed with native Spanish speakers and I'm able to practice my Spanish in a real-world context. The game administrators actually encourage this, and players are aware that people are doing this to learn a language. It's a really inviting community in that sense. Give it a try and let me know what you think! I'll stick around here if anyone needs any support. You can try it out here: https://cantr.net/ A couple of things to keep your expectation right: The style is a little outdated, but trust me - once you're inside the game, the depth of the game is very good. You can build tools, machines, harvest resources, construct vehicles, tame animals (including horses to ride), make your own buildings and more. You can change the theme color of the game once you're in, as well. There is a thing called the Capital Rule, which is to protect the immersion, or the "story" that players are creating. Simply, this means, "stay inside the mind of your character", so you have to play as if you're actually that character. That's it! I think you will love it and learn much more quickly in your respective language groups. Good luck!!
  17. Hey, I just started working for a new Parisian based start up that offers a video chatting service for language learners. It's kind of a language tandem exchange thing! It offers theme cards and topics to facilitate talking with people and a quick and easy way to speak a foreign language fast! It is called SpeakShake ! www.speakshake.com We just launched the site and really excited to see what people think of it.
  18. I've recently signed up for the free trial of Rocket Spanish, which includes free access to the full course for six days. This is my review of using and testing it for that limited period of six days. After the trial period you can decide whether you want to cancel your account or keep it. I did the latter because I fell in love with it (more about this later). While the majority of Spanish learning programs continue to use traditional methods such as word repetition and picture matching exercises, Rocket Languages claims to "have tipped conventional language learning on its head" and formulated what I personally found to be a very engaging and interactive program to learn Spanish on your computer, tablet, or phone. Studies have shown that the problem with the dated "image-recall" method of learning is that it suits children, but does not suit teenagers and young adults. This is because the brain evolves from being like a sponge in childhood to being less porous in adulthood. The best way for an adult to learn a language is to use his/her native language as the main learning assistant and a multi faceted learning approach using a variety of educational materials. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE COURSE How it works Rocket Spanish has adopted this modern approach to language learning. Each lesson is different, using quizzes, games, evaluation tests, and cultural language lessons to engage the learner on multiple levels. The wide variety of lessons is an entertaining aspect and allows the learner to immerse him/herself in the flow of the program in a fun and exciting way. There are fewer word repetition exercises and redundant matching games to be found than in more traditional language learning software, which, frankly, also makes it a lot less boring. Another aspect of this course is the focus on colloquial language. The program teaches the learner to speak as everyday locals speak, which means that when you visit a Spanish speaking country you will possess vocabulary commonly used among local people in the streets, which is, in my opinion, the only true angle to tackle it from. This program can quite quickly take you from basic to fluent speaking if you put the time into it. The sheer volume of user interaction makes the program exciting and engaging. The program is multi platform compatible, which means that you can use it on a range of portable devices such as tablets and smartphones, particularly useful for people with busy schedules who want to learn on the go. The bonus Survival Kit and cultural lessons provide another key learning platform that other programs tend to neglect. You will learn cultural sensitivity and gain a proficient understanding of the country's people and customs. This is extremely beneficial for expats or business people abroad in a Spanish speaking country. Summary Fun, interactive, engaging, and easy to use. Provides a comprehensive language and cultural learning experience. Lessons can be transferred to portable devices for learning on the go. Highly affordable, offering far more value than direct competitors. You may try the full course for 6 days with no purchasing obligation. No skills assessment at the beginning. Lacks advanced writing exercises. Conclusion I found Rocket Spanish being the most engaging and convenient to use compared to the others. The program is highly effective in teaching a coherent combination of vocabulary and conversational skills. It eliminates the cultural and colloquial barriers previously faced by Spanish language learners and provides a comprehensive learning experience that can be taken abroad. The forums allow students to ask questions and interact with tutors and other students. The community is an essential motivating factor for success.
  19. I am a native Italian speaker, I am from Rome and I have been teaching Italian online for a few years. I'm very patient and enjoy meeting new people, and helping them to learn about Italian culture. I can help with Italian grammar, at every level, vocabulary and pronunciation. I also studied Italian diction for several years, so I can help students with improving their pronunciation. I offer structured lessons to learn Italian using books, handouts, and many other useful materials from the Internet, with wide usage of pictures, video, audio files, and other teaching resources. Each lesson can be based on dialogues, conversation, grammar exercises, reading, pronunciation and much more, and it's customized upon student's needs. In addition, I can assign homeworks so that students can practice language between one lesson and the subsequent one. I can teach from beginner level to expert.
  20. Hi! My name is Fabio, I started study languages by myself 3 years ago. As the most of you (I guess), I want to learn languages by pleasure, so I don't see any reason to pay for that... but this is like a stone inside my shoes (Brazilian proverb), all of the good resources that I have found are paid. Well, I had two options, pay and use it or don't pay but don't use it! I choosed the third one, create my own website with all the resources that I judge important to learn a new language. I call this website LangLovers.com, now it's in a beta stage and I want to invite all of you to try it and help me to improve the quality of this website. The main purpose of LangLovers.com is create a community of language learners, the website will be free of charge (of course!), but I pretend to receive donations or implement some Ads to specific pages, because some money is necessary to keep the website working (host, domain and etc...), I have created it by myself and I don't have much experience with website development... This is also an invitation for website developers that are language learners, if you want, you can help me to make it better sending me usefull code snippets. All the content of the website will be created by the community, and the community will help each other’s to improve your language skills. The “content” means: Texts Audio Corrections Dictionaries Chats Link here: http://www.langlovers.com This is a list of the supported languages available now: English Spanish French Italian Portuguese Romanian German Japanese Chinese But I'm still adding more languages. Hope to see you soon! Sincerely, Fabio
  21. 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.
  22. Hey there! I was just around here and noticed you all have a good domain of Spanish, I am a native Spanish speaker from Latin America too. I had a previous knowledge of the English language but you may wonder how did I learn English so perfect, I began looking for online lessons and teachers that help to learn English, I failed many times with some teachers that were not good at all, but then I found out this page www.british-english-teacher.com with this friendly and trustworthy teacher called Alexander, he taught me English in a interactive way, with patience and he always make sure that I understand all he was teaching me. I fully recommend him, if you want to improve your English level.
  23. 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!
  24. If you want to learn Spanish or English, just contact me! I'll be more than happy to guide you. santiagobergamini@outlook.com Si quieres aprender español o inglés, solo aviísame y podré ayudarte en lo que necesites. TRADUCTOR DE INGLÉS - ESPAÑOL PARA QUE APRENDAS DE LA MEJOR MANERA.
  25. Bonjour, my name is Pedro and I'm new to this forum and would like to introduce myself and my youtube channel. I've decided to learn french and record my learning process on a youtube channel call Learn French Live. I will be completing the FSI Basic Course Live on youtube. I want to let you know that I plan to be involved in this forums community and hopefully we can all learn french together. if your curious about my channel check it out at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqwOTladqH71pBaWqVUeHTQ Thanks for reading and I hope you subscribe!
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