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Who doesn't want to learn English as fast as possible? Enter the smartphone and useful apps you can use during your commute, while having your morning coffee, or on your lunch break.
Mobile apps can help you use your time effectively and help you learn faster.
Plus, learning a language using apps is like playing games. With most apps you won't just find vocabulary and boring grammar exercise, but languages games that in some cases give you points and time challenges.
If you are wondering which apps to start with, here are five of the best:
1. LEARN LANGUAGES: ROSETTA STONE
We can start with the Learn Languages: Rosetta Stone app. Rosetta Stone is probably one of the most renowned methods for learning languages, as it offers a very unique method. If in the past you were taught English in your native language, Rosetta Stone does just the contrary: it teaches you English using English.
The exercises in this app are designed to teach you the basics first, and then how to make more complex phrases.
The Learning Language: Rosetta Stone app is recommended if you want to be totally immersed in English.
Then we have Babbel, an app that proposes a new way of learning foreign languages: effective educational methods are combined with interactive online courses that will help you in learning both grammar and vocabulary.
This app can also help you improve your pronunciation.
Don't forget that having fun is the main purpose of this app!
Duolingo is designed to help you learn English as quickly as possible. Using Duolingo for just 30 minutes a day can help you improve your reading, speaking and listening skills.
This app's main feature is that the exercises are focused on helping you to not forget what you have learned earlier.
English beginners highly recommend this revolutionary app!
4. LANGUAGE LEARNING - BUSUU
Language Learning - Busuu is a bit different from the other language learning apps. Almost all other language learning apps are for personal use so your improvement just depends on you. But with Busuu you can talk with native English speakers who can help you practice the language.
This app uses the CEFR language framework (by placing you in levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 or C2, according to your fluency). What Busuu has in common with the other apps is that is will help you practice reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Busuu is recommended for you if you like meeting and chatting with new people.
Last but definitely not least, FluentU is a one-of-a-kind language learning app. This app offers a very unique way to learn English; it takes real world videos like music videos, news clips, or talk shows and uses them as the basis for your English learning experience.
This very natural approach helps to immerse you not only in the language, but also in the culture. The FluentU app will help you learn English as it is spoken in real life.
FluentU is recommended for people who want to learn English while having fun, as well as for those who want to learn the culture in the language.
What are your favorite apps for learning English?
This article was provided by The Language Class, a group of language educators and tutors that serve business professionals in the London area.
I hope you enjoyed learning more about the best apps for studying English.
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