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Updated by Digital Addicts on Jun 13, 2018
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The 6 Best Apps For Learning A Foreign Language

Need to learn a foreign language for an upcoming trip? Check out these phone applications that are great for learning a new language.

Source: https://digitaladdictsblog.com/best-foreign-language-apps/

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Babbel

Babbel

Babbel helps you learn a new language in 10-15 minute intervals so that you’re not overwhelmed. Each lesson teaches a wide range of words and phrases—from beginner level to more advanced—and focuses more on conversational learning than other apps.

2

Busuu

Busuu

Busuu is more classic in its overall presentation when it comes to teaching a foreign language. It features pronunciation, writing, grammar, and dialogue exercises in its lessons, as well as word and phrase flashcards.

Duolingo

Unlike Babbel, Duolingo is free of charge. It’s an accessible, nicely designed program that makes learning feel more like a game than a lesson. It offers languages in Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, French, German, Irish, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Ukrainian.

Memrise

Memrise takes its users to another planet in its game-like lessons where they act like spies in order to master other languages. The app uses a flashcard-type structure and “mems” to help build your vocabulary. The “mems” are visual images paired oddly with words and phrases that don’t necessarily correlate.

5

Tandem

Tandem

Tandem believes that the best way to learn a foreign language is through conversation with another person. That’s why this app pairs you with a partner via text, audio, and video. It’s like Tinder for talkers!

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uTalk

uTalk

Just like some of the other apps above, uTalk utilizes pictures, audio from native speakers, and mini-games for teaching you that language you’ve always wanted to learn.