3 Applications for Foreign Language Learning

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Either just want to expand your vocabulary, practice conversations, revise your grammar, or all of those things. Learning a variety of foreign languages is getting easier and easier.

Assisted by a smartphone and apps - for free - available on Android and iOS, you can also learn a foreign language shortly.

As already known, there are many apps (on iOS and Android) created to help you learn a new language. Well, here are 3 smartphone apps to learn a foreign language you can use.

1. Duolingo

This application is a foreign language learning application that is quite popular. How not, Duolingo offers features learning more than 10 foreign languages with a very easy method.

Users can learn how to write, read, speak and listen to foreign languages that want to be armed with this one application.

This learning process is also summarized in graphs that let users know their learning progress. This app has been downloaded more than 5 million times in the Play Store.

2. Memrise

The Memrise app also provides free foreign language learning services. Simply download this app to your smartphone, you can start learning a foreign language.

This app offers learning features ranging from vocabulary to language layout. You can learn more than 10 foreign languages through this application.

3. Beelinguapp

This one foreign language learning application makes it easy for users to provide learning services through audio books. Users just need to listen while sitting sweet.

Known, there are 13 foreign languages that can be learned from this application, such as English, French, Chinese, Korean and so forth.

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