Readlang And What Makes It The Best Language Learning Tool Ever

Readlang and its top three features for the best language learning experience

“Whenever I am asked how I was able to succeed in many languages in a relatively short period of time, I always make a bow in spirit to the source of all knowledge: books. My advice to learners can thus be expressed in one word: read!” This quote originates from one of the most famous … Read moreReadlang And What Makes It The Best Language Learning Tool Ever

5 creative ways to use Wikipedia for language learning

How to use wikipedia for language learning

One day I was at my bike mechanic’s in Toronto, trying to initiate an intelligent conversation about an awful screeching that was emerging from the heart of my bike. It was a bottom bracket but the word “bottom bracket” wasn’t a part of my vocabulary at that point. In Russian, this piece of metal is … Read more5 creative ways to use Wikipedia for language learning

Why Beelinguapp is better than flashcards?

Beelinguapp can be more effective for vocabulary learning than your favorite flashcards

The more time I spend learning languages online, the more I’m getting convinced that software created by language learners for language learners work the best. For whatever reason. And this is exactly the story of Beelinguapp: an atypical language learning app for language hackers and bookworms in one person. The story of Beelinguapp: 2017 “kickstart” … Read moreWhy Beelinguapp is better than flashcards?

Your Language Learning Game with Memrise: Review 2018

Thorough Memrse Review 2018: features, courses and pro modules

Memrise has long been one of my favorite language learning apps. I began using it in 2016 and saw how it evolved from the “learn-everything-with-flash-cards” software to the best language learning app on Android. So in this Memrise review, after using the app for more than 2 years and learning 4 languages, I’ll be talking … Read moreYour Language Learning Game with Memrise: Review 2018