Here are the top 5 LANGUAGE LEARNING APPS and TOOLS as recommended from Days of French ‘n’ Swedish.
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LingQ is a platform that teaches you a new language by reading material with your native language as a support. I don’t like the design but the technique is very effective:
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The 5 best language apps or tools that you can use to learn languages:
Duolingo may be the most famous but it’s not the best, in fact, it isn’t even that good. There are at least five or six apps better than Duolingo, and I am going to talk about my favourite ones and how I use them.
An e-reading platform with a few features. The first is that it should give you access to books in your target language if they are otherwise difficult to get (which they are with Swedish). Here is a link to Google books which has a bunch of digital text books (careful not to get lost for days in here!):
I also use Bookmate because it has material in some less common languages such as Swedish, Danish, Azerbaijani, Ukrainian and Polish:
This app is AWESOME. Music speed changer. I now use it as my regular mp3 player, because it has all the features of a normal music app, but a whole lot of bonus ones that make is PERFECT for language learning:
Busuu. In my opinion, this is the only one of these specific language learning ‘apps’ that actually UNDERSTANDS what it TAKES to learn a language to fluency. It doesn’t just drill vocab and structure like Duolingo or the Babbel app. It asks you to speak:
Benny Lewis advocates for ‘speak from day 1’, but if that’s a bit much for you, Busuu definitely eases you into that, which is fantastic. Additionally, there’s a great community of people who use it.
The hard to pronounce but easy to use auxiliary app for recording Skype conversations. Please use this app responsibly and don’t share footage of other people without their permission. (The teachers who appear in this video have given me permission to use this footage).
Evaer is a good app anyway but it’s great when paired with iTalki:
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