Truman
TrumanFounder @ First

What is your favorite language learning app / resource?

Bonus points if Mandarin is included *glares at Duolingo*
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  1. 5
    Duolingo

    Learn languages completely free.

    John Ababseh
    John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    I use this off and on when I'm inspired to touch up on some basic language learning.
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    • Molly Redmond
      Molly RedmondSocial Media Specialist

      My reading and listening skills have improved so much since using Duolingo, I couldn't recommend it more. I'm not naive in thinking it will make it fluent as it's not the best for speaking skills but has vastly helped me improve and build up my language confidence.

    • Ted Beam
      Ted BeamOld School Presby

      I listed "gem restrictions" because I would like to use it without limitations, but I understand that it is part of their business model.

  2. 3
    Memrise

    Learn Anything

    Flashcards for learning different stuff including languages
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    Sam Haseltine
    Sam HaseltinePre-sales solution consultant at Adobe · Written
    I loved using Memrise - found it really accessible to learn the basics of Swedish. Found the Push Notifications to be a little bit too much for me however, but after switching them off I've not been so good at logging in and learning again, so a bit of a catch 22!
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  3. Graeme
    GraemeMaking Prototypr.io and emailOtter 🐭 · Written
    Helps you to speak more than most other apps I came across
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  4. Kovács Máté
    Kovács MátéIndie iOS Developer · Written
    I use Babbel almost daily to do this!
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  5. 2
    Lingvist

    Learn a language in 200 hours

    Ed Turner
    Ed TurnerTechnical Marketer · Written
    Make the most of your time spent learning – Lingvist is awesome for flashcards, exercises, etc. I'm a big fan, use it pretty much every day.
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