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Lingvist uses machine learning to adapt to you based on what you know and to level-up your language learning power with trackable progress. Try it today and boost your knowledge! Learn French, Spanish, German, Russian – or English from one of 12 different languages.
I've tested the "learn english from french" part, this application is really great for learning vocabulary.
Parla is an Artificial Intelligence-powered English teacher.
Parla, just like a human tutor, tells user what to learn next, corrects his mistakes and defines, when user has learned the new word or grammar rule.
We believe that AI will replace human teachers and change the way people learn, making education more effective and affordable to everyone.
Magiclingua is the first language learning app built for the tongue, not for the thumb.
🎬 Understand grammar with video tutorials from our teachers
🤖 Converse with an AI-powered voice-bot without fear or embarrassment
🙋 Book video chats and practice what you’ve learned with native tutors
I begin to learn German with Magiclingua and it's really addictive. You really want to pass to the next step and discover new videos and get…See more
This app is for you to build your own dictionary and make your learning experience a breeze. It's completely free, no ads & no strings attached. Personal dictionary. Learn any language you want.
Source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/jacekm-git/Keepest-Android
Chatterbox was founded by Afghan-British woman Mursal Hedayat and connects the problem of under-utilised refugee talent with the demand for their language skills.
You can purchase lessons for yourself or a friend. As so many people make learning or improving a language a New Year's Resolution, here's a great way to make that happen.
Great idea, useful service, lovely people - what's not to love?
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LinguaLift is great for calm, steady-paced language learning. Great thing to read on a boring commute (especially the culture bits). It also…See more
- 1 review•FreeLet's be honest. Just using flashcards and apps to learn a language only gets you so far. The best way to learn a language by speaking with real people and immersing yourself in a culture. LingoDuck helps users achieve this in the comfort of their homes