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Immersion Resources

I have to say, when learning or trying to retain a foreign language, one of the most helpful things to do is read, read, read, and read. It will show you what you know and don't know, and now with Duolingo, can even teach you what you don't know (with a simple scroll-over)! For myself, I find online newspapers to be most useful. Everyone can find a topic of interest and dive right in.

Here are some sources for you.

German http://www.zeit.de/index http://www.spiegel.de/international/ http://www.welt.de/ http://www.faz.net/

Italian http://www.corriere.it/ http://www.repubblica.it/ http://www.lastampa.it/ http://www.leggo.it/

French http://www.20minutes.fr/ http://www.clicanoo.re/

Spanish and Portugese are not my languages. Anyone with words on that, feel free to chime in.

Ciao! Jay

4 years ago

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Thank you!

There is also "Deutsche Welle", which is available in 30 languages: http://www.dw.de/ (but unfortunately not creative commons)

For Spanish on Duolingo, I like to use http://www.20minutos.es and http://www.biobiochile.cl/. (both are under a creative commons license)

Sometimes it can be quite difficult to find something interesting to read that may be uploaded to Duolingo, so if anyone knows more resources, I'd be very happy as well :)

4 years ago