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6 Ways You Can Learn A New Language For Free

6 Ways You Can Learn A New Language For Free
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There are many ways to learn a language for free. You could study with one of the online apps like Duolingo, or try some new techniques with the help of apps like Memrise and Busuu.

As it turns out, there’s no need to spend money on expensive courses or tutoring sessions when these free applications work just as well. Now you can easily talk to people from other countries without feeling pressured, awkward, and intimidated when communicating in their native language! You’ll be able to chat in your second language with fluidity and confidence.

1. Duo Lingo

6 Ways You Can Learn A New Language For Free
App Duo Lingo

Duo Lingo is one of the most popular language-learning apps. This is a convenient app to use in the privacy of your own home. You can learn with friends, classmates or by yourself. It offers a variety of languages from basic to advanced. Duo Lingo has all the features available for free with ads. You can learn from Duo Lingo faster as it has a gaming format.

2. Reddit Language Learning

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This is an excellent resource if you aren’t looking for an app or if the Duo Lingo can be limiting in some way (i.e.: you’re learning in school). There are a lot of people on this page who are willing to help out when they have time, and the community is small enough that everyone gets along well enough that no one becomes annoyed with your questions or offers of help.

3. Busuu

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Application of Busuu

Busuu is an interactive website where you can learn with a community of language learners from all around the world. It is a great way to learn vocabulary, grammar, and how to get around a country.  It has two major options that you can choose from free or premium. The Premium option costs $10/month and includes more features like live chats with native speakers.

4. LiveMocha

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Live Mocha

LiveMocha is another interactive website like Busuu where you can learn with other learners from around the world. The difference between LiveMocha and Busuu is that you don’t interact with all of the language learners at one time on LiveMocha; instead, you go through different stages of learning (beginner, intermediate, advanced). If you prefer speaking to learning to writing, this is for you! Facilitators will talk through Skype and lead conversations about anything that interests you!

5. Memrise

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This app offers some pretty intense content – if it’s out of your league at first, don’t worry! There’s always something more beginner-friendly coming up next on the list! Just choose “learn a language” to begin. You can learn vocabulary, phrases, songs, etc. This application uses the voice of natives to help you learn the language practically. Through this app, you can learn up to 24 languages in total. It’s definitely worth a shot if you’re looking for more than just German and French classes.

6. Youtube

You will be able to find a lot of resources on learning a new language on Youtube. Whether it be English, French, Japanese, or Hindi, Youtube will be a valuable resource. You can also find other people learning the same language as you in the comment sections.

Also read: Tips for learning a new language