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I've tried my hand at every language-learning app you can think of, but none of them have come close to the amount of variety you can find on YouTube! Due to the nature of the app, all of its content is created and produced by its users. This means that no matter how uncommon the language you're looking to study is, you're bound to find something on YouTube that matches exactly what you're looking for. A few months ago, I was really interested in learning Icelandic. The app I normally go to for learning languages (Duolingo) didn't have Icelandic, so I scoured the internet until I realized that YouTube was my best bet. On there I found Icelandic learning videos, and even subscribed to a few Icelandic YouTubers to practice my comprehension skills.

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