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[KIT] 5 best apps self language learning

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There’s never been a better time to learn new languages. According to the 2017 Census, half of the American residents from the 5 largest cities in America are speaking a language other than English. Many American residents are American-Asian so they are able to speak English fluently and along with other languages such as Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, as well as Spanish. Many people are able to speak multiple languages such as French, German, Italian, Japanese, etc. The spread of Bilingou is not only occurring in the United States, yet it is happening everywhere around the world. Many residents in Asian countries are able to speak multiple languages fluently. Children from younger generations are starting to learn and speak foreign languages from a young age; therefore they have the ability to speak languages fluently. 

In this article, I will share with everyone the 5 best applications for you to learn languages by yourself easily. You don’t need to pay for the cost to learn or go to the institute for the lesson. These 5 applications will bring those languages to your comfortable home. 

  1. Duolingo

DUOLINGO is a dual-language program.

Duolingo, a language-learning app that transforms learning into a game, may also be familiar to you. With regular updates and success awards, the app keeps you inspired. The endearing owl mascot leads you through your lessons and bears the consequences if you don’t follow through.

Available on: Web, iOs, Android

  1. Busuu

Busuu provides input from native speakers to help you refine your technique, in addition to language lessons with study plans and machine learning-enabled technology that simulate a typical class. The app even has an offline mode, so you can practice even when you’re not connected to the internet.

Available on: Web, iOs, Android

  1. Memrise

Memrise offers users a sense of how a foreign language sounds by showing them home videos of native speakers. It also includes an algorithm that adapts to your learning speed and style, as well as validated retention strategies to cement lessons into your brain faster. For those who want to keep track of their accomplishments, it also keeps track of the vocabulary you’ve learned.

Available on: Web, iOs, Android

  1.  Babel

This app uses 10- to 15-minute bite-sized lessons to help you learn around your busy schedule. The curriculum uses a validated approach to help learners remember new words by repeating vocabulary during each stage. Lessons are also developed in collaboration with native speakers and cover situations that you can encounter in the real world.

Available on: Web, iOs, Android

  1. Rosetta Stone

For over 25 years, the original language learning app has been on the market. Its lessons include a speech recognition software called TruAccent, which lets you fine-tune your pronunciation so you can sound like a native speaker. Rosetta Stone also offers an immersion program that will teach you a foreign language without the use of your own language — a more intensive experience that will simulate living abroad, wherever you are.
Available on: Web, iOs, Android

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