We all know that wanting to learn a new language ends up costing us a lot of money, but as we have been commenting in recent months in the category of Translators and languages, there are websites that allow us to do the same thing that we would do in a specialized place but from home and without having to pay, most of the time, not even a penny.In this small compilation we will extract some of the services already commented previously that will help us to learn more than one language through games and activities that, without a doubt, are extremely useful.
MyLingo is a proposal that allows us to learn Spanish, French or English by reading music video subtitles. With a simple interface it is an excellent way to learn languages in a fun way.
A second option is Imendi, a service that allows us to learn 7 languages, among which are Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese, German and Czech. Without registration, iMendi asks us our language and the one we want to learn, offering lists of vocabulary that we can learn in the old style of theflash memory cards.
If you are used to using the classic flashcards to learn vocabulary in other languages, I present to you aMemrise, an application that offers us to create lists with words with which we can practice whenever we want, enjoying a system of tips and tricks that help us remember the words. words. It currently has more than 30 languages available.
GiftedSpeeches a web application for boys and girls between 4 and 10 years old, which proposes us to learn something as difficult as the correct pronunciation of sounds in different languages while having fun with memory games, skill or puzzles, which are always accompanied by audio so that the little ones become familiar with it.
In fifth option we find WordSteps, an application that allows us to learn one or more languages in just 15 minutes a day. The course will be divided into three hours per week, where we can learn from English to Japanese through Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, English and German.
BBC Languages is an application created by the British channel BBC in which it offers free courses to learn and practice up to a total of 36 languages. A highly recommended option.
LingQ is a community of language learners that teaches over the Internet using TheLinguist method, without the books or classes of traditional courses. LingQ includes powerful tools and resources making it an excellent tool for learning and practicing languages.
Busuu is an interesting virtual community to learn languages. We will have access to native speakers from all over the world through our video-conference and chat application, as well as help tools (review of exercises, etc).
And finally, if you know an application similar to the ones mentioned above, you can briefly describe it in the comments section, in this way you will help hundreds of users to learn and practice languages.