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We all like the idea of learning a new language, but the time and effort involved can be off-putting. Gabriel Wyner, who wrote our previous post on learning languages as quickly as possible, has revised his method to help you learn faster and better retain what you learn.
Android/iOS/Windows/Chrome: Whether you’re learning English or you’ve been speaking it your whole life, Ginger Page is a new writing tool that wants to make sure that your spelling and grammar are accurate at home and on the go. The app translates other languages for you, offers contextual corrections and more.
When you’re learning another language, the best way to drill it into your brain is immersion and practising at every opportunity. WeSpeke gives you plenty of both by pairing you up with a partner to practise speaking the language out loud on a video call.