Learning a language can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve all had these periods when we are really excited to learn a new language but then we get overwhelmed by the amount of information on the internet or not knowing what the best language learning tools to use are and so you decide to stop learning languages in general.
Having the right resources from the start is gonna ensure that you reach your goal, make learning fun and enjoyable and it’s mainly gonna save you a lot of time because you already know what the best language-learning tools are. It’s important to keep in mind that the list is in no particular order!
Anki allows you to create flashcards with which you can remember more words or remember words that might be difficult for you.
Assimil is a program that’s designed for upper-beginners and it’s gonna help you get to the intermediate level where you are going to the bulk of the language and after finishing the program you are generally gonna have a good understanding of that language.
With Glossika you are making efficient progress and achieving fluency faster with concentrated efforts focused on analyzing sentences.
7. FSI language courses
These courses are an amazing resource if you really want to master a given language because they are like books. They contain a lot of audio and exercises. It’s exactly like a book you would use in school. The downside is that these courses can be quite boring and the audio is not so great because they’ve been created quite a long time ago.
6. FME e-book
The FME e-book contains legit strategies you can implement to your language learning strategy. It’s a short book full of valuable tips and by following these methods, you should be able to reach fluency in 6 months. (depending on the language you are learning)
Memrise is an app which allows you to learn any language effortlessly. It has a lot of courses with video clips of native speakers showing you how to pronounce given words which is great because you know that you are learning the right way. It’s free but they also have premium subscriptions for the people that really want to maximize their progress.
Pimsleur mainly has audio courses focusing on proper pronunciation and usage of the words and phrases. A Pimsleur lesson would be an audio conversation between two people. At the beginning of the lesson, you won’t know what they talked about but after the lesson, you understand everything they talked about.
Duolingo is a mobile app which allows you to effortlessly learn vocabulary and improve your language abilities in general.
With Italki you can talk to online tutors from around the world which will really help you define the language you are learning.
1. Rosetta Stone
Rosetta Stone is one of the most popular language-learning tools. They offer lessons with tutors and you usually get a great value for your money because their subscription packages are not expensive at all.
I would like to add Mango Languages as another great resource to learning !
Thanks. I’ll check that on out!