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Created by 1633, 1104 days ago, 1904 views

Do you know any website or application for learning a language
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Tarqez1104 days ago

Lol,

try duolingo.com available as app and website, it is free and score your knowledge.
Just choose a languange to learn, french, german, italian, etc.

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Aravi1104 days ago

I use this 2 website:

1) Name: W3Schools

Purpose: For webdesiging

Website: http://www.w3schools.com/

App: avaliable in store

2) Name: Tutorialspoint

Purpose: Any programing language + SPorts + mobile developement, etc

Website: http://www.tutorialspoint.com/

App:Avalible in store

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DavidT1104 days ago

Hello there!

These are the top 3 sites selected for you! Go ahead and check them out , let me know if you found what you were looking for =)

http://www.verbalplanet.com/tutorhome.asp

http://www.openuniversity.edu/welcome/study-languages-with-the-open-university?KWCAMPAIGN=MBA_BEL_Languages&keywordid=gglita_+learning_+languages_+online&gclid=CIaj_-D208wCFVRsGwodkRMKow&gclsrc=aw.ds

Or just go straight to Babbel, it's the top site of it's genre. https://it.babbel.com/

Have a good day!

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Tarqez1104 days ago

Hello,

it depends on language, and language depends on your goal.
If you are at an entry level, and just want to learn basics of programming,
I suggest Python, probably the easiest and powerful programming language.

If you like to learn by books, take a look here: http://greenteapress.com/wp/think-python-2e/
if you prefer video lessons, search Python on these 2 websites:
- www.coursera.org
- www.edx.org
and choose a beginner level.

In all cases above, teaching comes from University professors, so you will get an high-level education, nevertheless they are plenty of practical examples.

Good luck!

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16331104 days ago

@Aravi
@Tarqez
Thanks. But what I want to learn is foreign language not programming. :P

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azzromyo1104 days ago

Hi @1633
here you are:http://www.openculture.com/freelanguagelessons
or:https://www.duolingo.com/
and if you want paid software :http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2381904,00.asp
Regards

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Aravi1104 days ago

@1633

Sorry,

Actually, It is good to have a teacher then a app to learn human language.

However, you can try this sit as a auxliary:
http://www.openculture.com/freelanguagelessons
or
https://www.duolingo.com/

But, once you learn the language little bit, try to read artical, watch movies, song, etc. Because, website like this may teach you 1000 years old language format, that is no in current usage.

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ekan97Kingen1104 days ago

i youse https://www.babbel.com/?locale=en

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koroleva1104 days ago

Hi,

As a language's learner I find your question very interesting.
If you are a beginner try busuu if you already know the basics and can write try Lang-8.

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marcel471104 days ago

https://www.duolingo.com/
I tryed it and it really helped me much

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ahmed581104 days ago

you can install hellopal app in your phone.you can learn languages by speaking to other people with translating.

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Haydiyah1103 days ago

@1633 I use Doulingo https://www.duolingo.com/ It's free always, and you learn on your timing. Also download the doulingo apphttps://play.google.com/store/search?q=doulingo%20app&c=apps So you can learn on the go.

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maren1102 days ago


EDUTOPIA - PROJECT FOR LEARNING WORLD LANGUAGES

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/world-language-project-based-learning-education-curriculum-don-doehla

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nuklin1102 days ago

www.babbel.com is a wonderful place to learn.

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zrodfects1098 days ago

I would search on Youtube the language you are wanting to learn, see if the account holder is showing themselves and say they are there to help, at least if your having trouble you can contact with them and they can help with certain things, that would be the best way..

Hope this helps

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SetupComputer1097 days ago

@1633 ,

The best place for you to go, arguably, are online schools.

Popular online school facilitators include Coursera, Udemy and EDX. These facilitators host courses held by reputable universities worldwide like Harvard, Stanford, UNSW and a lot more. Courses here are not only about computers, but include a wide range of knowledge like philosophy, arts, engineering, culinary, etc.

My tip for you is to choose a course hosted by reputable universities, and not by individuals just out there to rip your pocket. Courses may come free or paid. In general, you can take up paid courses for free but you won't have any certificate. If you just wanna learn programming, then enrol for free in Stanford or Harvard courses. If you decide later to have an official and world-recognized certificate, you can pay the course.

They also have android and apple apps to make online learning easier for you. Try it now!

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