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Other language learning services like Duolingo?

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I love learning Spanish on Duolingo and i come here every single day. I would like to supply my learning on Duolingo with learning some place else though, to get some variation. So far the closest thing i found to Duolingo is Memrise, which is okay too but not as good as Duolingo. Far from. So do any of you have links to other language learning websites that can supply language learning on Duo?

4 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/moogy
moogy
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Try Zambombazo -lots of fun stuff and exercises with music links as well !!

http://zachary-jones.com/zambombazo/

Good luck

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/romastutts
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I've used LiveMocha before. I like it because you can submit writing and voice recordings so that native speakers can review your work and give you feedback. In return they ask you to review the work of someone learning your language. I know they've made some changes since the last time I used it, but based on my previous experience, Duolingo takes you to a more advanced level of grammar than LiveMocha.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/ohheyitslilly
ohheyitslilly
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I tried LiveMocha too and it really did not teach me anything useful that i did not already had a basic knowledge of.. -.-, but thanks for the suggestion :)

4 years ago