4 Useful resources for language lovers
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4. Naboomboo. Learn a foreign language as you have always wanted to
Thesaurus.com is the world’s largest and most trusted free online thesaurus brought to you by Dictionary.com. For over 20 years, Thesaurus.com and dictionary.com, help us with English, giving sinonyms, antonyms origin of the words and examples from the we. You can also search results by relevance, word length, and complexity. They also have a word of the day service, and a few games, like crosswords, roundup, and up and down words, and some useful info about English…
2. Duolingo. Learn a language for free. Forever.
Duolingo is one of the bestknown websites and apps to learn languages, offers a big variety of modules (the circles in the screenshot below) which are grouped to form skills. It uses a learn and repeat method and teaches to translate from a language you already know to the one you’re studying. The app has won a few awards, and can be used by teachers to follow their students. Their aim is to teach languages and simultaneously translate the web.
1. Forvo. All the words in the world. Pronounced.
Forvo is a social database of pronunciations. Not quite sure how to pronounce a word or a name? Do you know the differences between English and American pronunciations, or between Spanish from Spain and from Argentina. Forvo is a free collection of pronunciation recordings for the vocabulary of every language, recorded by volunteer native speakers around the world. You can also collaborate pronunciating words, ask for the pronunciation of a word or rate the existing pronunciations.
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