I was really hoping these apps had the Bengali language so you can learn it but they don’t :[
I am from Bangladesh but I speak fluent English and I don’t know a lot of my language. But my family talks in Bengali and they don’t know English so it’s kinda hard for me.
I think Duolingo is not a good app, dont like at all. But there are many people who likes it. Why? am I the strange one? I want to improve my Dutch, I speak, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish 😑
Flash Sticks is totally new to me. I'll have to check it out. I'll be uploading my favorite apps soon enough as well. It won't make the list this time around but maybe next time... Happy you found Duo. I love it!!!
I was looking through the app store and came across one that's called Drops. I'm looking for reviews and came across your video. Like how professional you sound and explain how these apps work. Thank you. And I mentioned the app Drops, in case you are interested as well.
I really want to learn Portuguese. I can read and understand really well but if someone tries to talk to me in Portuguese it takes me a few seconds to realise what they said. Someone please help me. Ps I don’t know anyone who can speak Portuguese so I can’t talk to anyone in real life
Mi piace tanto guardare il tuo canale, io parlo majormente spagnolo e inglese e iniciatto con il italiano otto mese fa posso dire che mi libelo e inntermedio ache studio chinese I portugués uso il app memerize e molto buono io uso anche Duolingo proverò quelli app che hai citato, no parlo ancora con nesuno e molto fastidioso😖 ottimo laboro!!!!!!
From personal experience, I’d says:
1)Duolingo for absolute beginners
>You get introduced to the language in a simple, game like way
2)Readlang to develop your vocab game
>At the intermediate level, after a month of duolingo you should be reading a lot
>you’d need some ressources to learn grammatical rules as well (ex: using google)
3)HelloTalk and Youtube
>You should immerse yourself in the language through YT and practice your skills using HelloTalk
I used many other apps. but, these were the best. Be patient and keep up your efforts 👍💪
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An useful app for learning English, can build your own dictionary. Hope everyone love it
CH Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.swiftplus.englisheverywhere&hl=en
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<3 Vocabulary, list vocabularies for each video, noted word for you.
<3 Read vocabulary, practise listening vocabulary.
<3 Learning with teacher in English (Misterduncan)
<3 Learning grammar/vocabulary from beginner to advance.
<3 Travel with Misterduncan in 31 days.
<3 Improve advance vocabulary in actually life.
<3 Learning with teacher in Canada(Teacher Phil)
<3 Study basic English.
<3 English for business
<3 Intermediate listening English
<3 Intermediate listening English practice.
<3 Advance listening English practice.
<3 BBC learning English
<3 Video word in the news.
<3 Pronunciation Tips-Short Vowel.
<3 Pronunciation Tips practice.
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I love doulingo , but I think it doesn't have too hard langauges , like i was looking for Korean, but it didn't have it so I think , if people who are learning a language for business or permanent living in a foreign place , i dont recommend it for those people , but , people who are doing it for school or just for fun , or even trying to watch a show without subtitles , I recommend it , but it's gonna take time if you want to go all in
hello talk is good as long as you are very talkative and outgoing. if you remain silent , it will be completely useless. every time i want to talk to someone and send a message they never reply back . there are some people there who do not even want to say hello.
interesting points ,if anyone else is searching for best way to learn italian online try Pycanta Amazing Italian Protocol (just google it ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my co-worker got amazing success with it.
Ciao Tom, I like your you tube channel. it is very helpful to my italian! Thanks for that.A useful app i think is Anki. It helps you to memorize words or grammar. You can put all kind of things in it, but you can also learn from other lists. You should try it.
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I've also noticed how Duolingo doesn't teach rules (which when things get more complex would be a major help) however I personally find that the I've learnt word order, verb endings (regular verbs) just be repetition and the way the app presents each lesson is so user friendly. You get oral, aural and writing skills all in one app! You're also a very good teacher, with instances such as saying you" like" something you give both formal/exact words (piacere) but also the common ones (volere) that are actually used by native Italians which is a major help because locals are more likely to not stare at you weirdly for being overly formal or using phrases not usually used by them!