Language Learning

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OrdinaryAlienList by OrdinaryAlien, last updated 2020-05-22
  1. lernu! icon

    lernu! is a multilingual website that provides free courses and information on the international language Esperanto. With lernu!, you can learn Esperanto easily and free of charge.

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  2. Cambly icon

    Learn English at the touch of a button.

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  3. Verbling icon

    Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, English, and more, with native teachers, from your phone.

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    BABADADA.com works with the idea of a classic picture book and is thus usable in a very simple manner and without background knowledge of the user. The platform is based on a range of subjects, which are illustrated on the website in the form of images.

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  5. Lingualia icon

    Lingualia is a new and revolutionary way to learn languages, it applies artificial intelligence to learn from you, your progress, your interests, your motivations or your available time. And with all this information it can adapt your learning to your unique needs.

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  6. I Kinda Like Languages icon

    I kinda like languages is website with free online introductory and basic language courses of different languages of the world. The courses are made by volunteers and the website is targeted for people who want to learn many languages.

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    Learn a language through mass exposure to useful vocabulary in context.

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    Learn languages smarter, not harder! LingoDeer teaches languages most effectively through fun lessons created by real teachers!

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    When learning a foreign language, TOFU Learn helps you memorize the vocabulary efficiently and effortlessly using advanced flashcards and the spaced repetition technique.

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    Have fun while learning a foreign language with Memrise. The more you enjoy learning, the more (and quicker) your skills will develop. This is why entertainment mixed with real-life, relevant content is at the very core of the Memrise language learning experience.

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    Join over 300 million learners on Duolingo, the most popular way to learn languages! It’s free, fun and effective. The secret? Duolingo feels like a game and makes sure you stay motivated.

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    Learn Spanish, French, German, Russian, and English with Lingvist – a hyper-efficient vocabulary builder that uses AI to improve your memory.

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  13. Quizlet icon

    Master your academic subjects with the leading revision app! Create flashcards on all manner of topics, or choose from the millions designed by other Quizlet students. If you're doing standardized test prep for big exams (including GCSE or A Levels), doing revision for an...

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    Read any text, translate the words and phrases you don't know, and let Readlang create flashcards to help you learn.

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    Chrome extension or bookmarklet to read any web page
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    A website for learning new words in many languages using images.

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    Language learning app - learn a language by chatting with native speakers around the world.

    HelloTalk, a free mobile app for iOS and Android devices, lets language learners learn and practice a language with native speakers from around the world.

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  17. HiNative icon

    HiNative is a global Q&A community for language learners and people that are curious about the world.

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    Free calls with native speakers, Lingbe is a language exchange practice platform.

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  19. Voscreen icon

    Voscreen's Gamification, Dynamic Assessment and Customization Systems push learners to increase their comprehension speed, to improve their quickness reading skills and to amplify their reflexive thinking abilities.

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  20. Ninchanese icon

    Ninchanese.com is a complete method to learn Chinese, built for beginners and advanced Chinese learners alike.

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    Experiment building sentences in Chinese to learn to use words in context and to master key sentence patterns.
  21. Kanshudo icon

    Kanshudo is the fastest and most enjoyable way to learn Japanese kanji and written Japanese. Whatever your current level, Kanshudo will help you improve. Kanshudo provides free Japanese lessons, free online flashcards, games, and a unique visualization of your kanji knowledge...

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    Study the Japanese characters with James Heisig's "Remembering the Kanji" method, and review with kanji flashcards.

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  23. WaniKani icon

    WaniKani is a web application for learning Japanese kanji and vocabulary with the goal of teaching you around 1,700 kanji and 5,000 vocabulary words in about a one to two years. "What? That's impossible!" you scream.

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    Spaced-repetition app, the best for scientists and coders. With rich formatting, with images, with code formatting, with formulas, with multiple flashcard types. Entirely free, open-source.

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    This is a question-answer flashcard. You answer, and then rate yourself.

This list was created by OrdinaryAlien May 8, 2018 and was last updated May 22, 2020. The list has 24 apps.

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ioan537
CommentApr 18, 2024

maybe with windows 11 push more ppl will move to linux and use lxqt

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guck_foogle

Doubtful. LXQT doesn't seem very popular, even with seasoned Linux users. I really don't even see or hear it being discussed much. I've never had any urge to try it. I mainly stick with Xfce.

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ddnn
CommentApr 17, 2024

While I don't use it, it's good to see these lightweight and stable DEs keep up with the changing times.

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