Are there any other good websites for learning a language?
I love Duolingo, I really do, but this site doesn't have all the languages I want to learn, so I use this one for Spanish, can anyone name a list of websites I can learn from? Thanks!!
With the disclaimer that I've not used these sites myself BUT I saved the links because they were recommended, so someone liked them...
http://www.guidetojapanese.org/learn/ I've seen this linked to a LOT. People seem to love it!
http://el.minoh.osaka-u.ac.jp/flc/index.html - this is learning other languages from Japanese, but may be helpful at some point...
These are all the links I've amassed that I can currently find!
here are a bunch of resources as well for Japanese: http://languagesenrose.tumblr.com/JapaneseResources
Phew, this is gonna be a long post, so bear with me!
Personally I use many types of websites and apps for learning languages. Other than Duolingo, I use Rosetta Stone, which you pay for, and Babbel, which you can get a free trial for. A website i also use is called Digital Dialects. The amount of information you get on a certain language is based on how popular that language is. For example, Spanish has more categories to learn from then Cherokee. However, they have many languages to choose from. I also suggest Memrise, which has thousands of courses, and HiNative, where you can ask questions and talk to others in a different language and help others learning yours. The Foreign Services Institute also has great courses, and so does FluentU, Innovative Language and many more like that. If you would prefer to learn a language through song lyrics, i love Lyrics Training and Streema helps you learn through TV shows and movies. If I have failed to mention any other websites or apps, here is a link i found that explains in detail 52 language learning websites for you to choose from.
Hope this helped! Let me know if i missed anything! -Carson
Well, i have the Korean Rosetta Stone course for desktop, and i gotta say that that has worked for me very well since i got it. There are speaking, reading and listening exercises, but since Korean isn't as popular as Spanish or French, I'm sure those courses offer more. Now, I am quite undecided as to if it was worth my money, but I know that it has helped a lot, so if you are willing to spend the money, I recommend it! :)
..yes there are lots, check here: http://languagesenrose.tumblr.com/Language%20Learning%20Websites