Best of Learn a Language Chrome Apps

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November 1st, 2018

Everything you need to force your mind to learn

Fluany is a chrome extension to memorize and study anything, fast and easy while you're surfing the Internet.

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I love flashcards, and I'm using to learn a second language, but what problems did I find using flashcards? Why should I use the fluany ? Flashcards are an incredibly powerful learning tool, because they promote active recall, which is the process of actively retrieving memories out of your brain.
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SUFLI is a Chrome extension for those who watch Netflix movies in foreign languages (which is a great way to learn language by the way). Just click on any word in subtitles and you'll get instant translation of that word.

Features:

- many translation directions

- multiple dictionaries (including UrbanDictionary)

- previous subtitles on pause

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A Chrome Extension for newcomers to Canada 🇨🇦

Yonge Street is the longest street in North America. But how do you say it? Is it Yonjee or Yongay? Neither, it's Young. Also, Quay is pronounced Key. There are dozens of words like this.

I can't be the only one struggling with this, so I created this little chrome extension for newcomers, visitors, immigrants and aspiring immigrants to Canada.

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Nobody knows how to pronounce these Toronto words
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Best Reading App for Language Learners

Read any text that interests you. Look up any word in multiple dictionaries and Wikipedia. Get translations, images, and audio pronunciations. Listen to natural-sounding text-to-speech audio. Review contextual vocabulary flash cards specially made for you!

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LingoDream Official Blog
What is LingoDream and How Can You Use it to Become Fluent in Any Language? Learning a foreign language can be a difficult and frustrating experience. Most students do not speak the language fluently even after studying it for years in school.
LingoDream Official Blog
Being the second most popular language in the world and official language in more than 20 countries, Spanish had long been on my list. After learning English, I briefly agonised over choosing Spanish or French as my next target. I knew for sure that eventually I would learn both, just wasn't sure in what order.
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