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Want to learn another language sitting at home? Here are the recommended apps and websites

Setting at home and nowhere to go, it’s the best time to learn a different language to enhance your skills.

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The world has been suffering through the pandemic for a year now and people are bored sitting in their homes. Everyone is trying to be productive in their own different way. There are thousands of languages spoken around the world and few of the professionals feel like learning a new one but don’t know where to start. 

Gadget bridge has got you covered with the top 5 websites/applications from where you can learn a new language easily.

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1.Duolingo

Duolingo

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Duolingo is one of the leading applications for learning basic phrases and words. It has an interactive interface, which will help you to learn reading and even writing a language properly. It also gives goals and motivation to keep you going. Consumers can use duolingo cross-platform as well, putting it at the top of our list.

Download from here.

2.Babbel

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Babbel

Babbel is in the same category as Duolingo but has in fact more variety of languages to offer. It feels like a game for learning new languages that keep users engaged. The interface of Babbel looks like that of a chatting app and is one of the best you can use to learn a new language.

Download from here.

3. Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is one of the basic and oldest offerings in the market. Its interface is easy and simple to grasp, making it children friendly. The only drawback of this application is there is no real-life interaction. So it’s difficult to learn pronunciations that are necessary, we feel. If you want to take baby steps and just want to learn the basics of a language, this application is meant for you. 

Download from here.

4. BBC Languages

BBC languages

BBC languages, part of BBC is the best website for learning a new language. It includes tons of courses to choose from with video tutorials. It feels like hiring a language teacher for yourself and contains lots of common yet exotic languages. 

Read Also: How to change your country and language settings in Windows 10?

5.Rype

Rype

If you like personal interaction with people to learn a particular language then, Rype is for you. The best thing about Rype is that they even pay you to teach a particular language. It feels like you are a part of a local community and it’s available for you 24/7. Currently, Rype is only available for a bunch of languages but is improving every day.

 

This list will surely help you to sharpen your language skills. Everyone is trying to enhance their knowledge, and learning a new language or two is worth the extra time one has in this period.

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