3-4 days ago, some one asked me on Linkedin if I know any good website where one can learn a language online. I sent her the links of my previous posts. I introduced you a couple of online learning tool before but after answering her question I got more curious and I came across this web site on internet: http://www.readwriteweb.com. Some time ago, they published a post about the online language software and websites. I checked all the websites they recommended; however, some of them are not working anymore. I have just pasted the recommendations of readwriteweb.com. I found some of them quite interesting and useful. If you want to learn a language online, I’m sure you will like one of the following links!
– Mango Languages: 12 different online language courses presented in conversational format with prices starting at free.
– Vocabulix: Free vocab building lessons in Spanish, German and English, as well as other languages, with a baked in social network.
– BBC Languages: A host of language learning tools and self-contained online courses from the BBC.
– eLanguageSchool.net: Free lessons for learning 10 different languages online.
– LiveMocha: This site combines lessons, with an online community allowing you to practice speaking with native speakers, which dovetails nicely into the next set of sites.
– xLingo: A language exchange that lets users create and share flashcards with each other.
– Palabea: Reviews of language learning software in addition to an online language exchange.
– Interpals: A large language exchange from a popular penpal social network.
– Mixxer: A free language exchange using Skype built by Dickinson College.
– TT4You: A free global language exchange site.
– Language Buddy: A free language exchange with 115 supported languages.
– Convesation Exchange: Text and voice chat, email, or face-to-face meetings can bet set up via Language Buddy to improve your conversational skills.
– Lingozone: Build vocab skills by playing game of Word Ladder and Hangman, while making friends with whom to practice speaking.
– Language Exchange Network: Think Craigslist for language learning; this site has super-simple language exchange classified listings.
– MyLanguageExchange: One of the oldest online language exchanges (this site was a Yahoo! Internet Life pick in 2001), it claims over 1 million members speaking 115 different languages.
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