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Do you wish to be multilingual? Shouldn’t you be making the most out of this lockdown if you want to learn a new language? Even if you had no plan of doing so, I would suggest that add a hobby to your daily routine other than watching shows on Spectrum premium channels. The reason for stressing on learning a new language is that it is a unique skill to acquire. However, many apps can be of help.

But before you begin, here is a strategy that you should adopt for better results.
Apps to Learn New Languages

Tips to Maximize Learning

Make the Best Out of Freebies

You would want to look for language learning apps that are free. If not completely free, some apps offer free trials. Opt for them. As the trial period will reveal to you if the app is worth purchasing or not. If a certain app does not satisfy you, move to the next one.

Try One App every day

If you are willing to learn a new language, you should use the language learning app every day. Remember that it is not easy to learn a new language that you know nothing about. Cram in the task of logging into and learning from a language-learning app every day. You can do so on your busiest days as well.

Play Around

You cannot expect the app to speak to you. If you wish to learn more about an app’s features, you will have to play around with it. Only then will you be able to explore. It is very tempting to use the features that are there in front of your eyes. However, you should make an effort and learn about the hidden ones as well.

Mix and Match

I would suggest to not stick to a single app. Every app has a different teaching method and you will learn a great deal if you keep shifting between apps. Also, every app has a strong feature. For example, some apps are good for listening while others are better for reading. Even if you come across a couple of apps that are all good for listening, for instance, listen to all of them as you will expose yourself to the various accents.

Best Apps for Learning a New Language

FluentU

This app is available for both Android and iOS users. FluentU tops the list as it has a very innovative feature that makes learning a new language all the more fun. The ‘learn mode’ allows learners to transform the videos featured on the app into learning tools. It offers the learners a rather fun way to learn the language.
All you have to do is have a look at the movie trailers and songs in the new language. Other than that, news and inspirational talks are also available. You will get access to the captions for all the videos. I don’t think there could be a better way to teach a new language to a newbie.

Busuu

Researches prove that busuu aids in the rapid learning of a language for people seeking to do so. All you have to do is log into the app for ten minutes daily. The app guarantees that your reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills will improve a great deal.

Get access to targeted exercises according to your skillset when you start using this app. Dynamic and innovative content that you get access to apart from the vocabulary trainer will aid you in quick learning. So, get ready to play games, quizzes, and indulge in some audio dialogues with busuu. It is also available on both iOS and Android.

Mondly

Have you heard of chatbots assisting you in learning a new language? Well, with Mondly you will do so. With around 20 million users, Mondly is for all those who are looking for an app that has flexibility. It will teach you according to your needs and promises to improve your reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.
Mondly does not push a vocabulary list that you get forced to learn. Instead, the app focuses on making you learn the phrases and words that hold significant importance. In case you have any doubts about the phrase or word that you are saying, you can always practice with the chatbot. It will aid in improving your pronunciation.

Download the app today. It is available for both iOS and Android users. You will get access to over 30 languages in this app. Choose your favorite and get ready to learn. However, make sure to have access to Spectrum Internet in your area as well. You do not want a session to be hanged while you are having fun learning a new language. Believe me when I say it is very annoying.

Steve Mark is a chief editor at TechBulleting, one of the fastest growing Business and Technology blog, and specializes in covering a range of topics such as gadget reviews, design, tutorials, and many more.

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