Here I share language learning resources.
– the language app that everyone knows. Great for beginners, but gets old very fast.
Mimic Method by Idahosa Ness
– this guy has great pronunciation lessons for a number of languages
– go-to-guy when you have questions about tricky pronunciation (I’ve asked him about how to pronounce the uvular R sound in German)
– machine learning-based approach
– the best multilingual dictionary out there PERIOD.
– haven’t tried using this one yet
– Anki on steroids
– if you’re not really into customization, this is the tool for you
– this is where I got started, I imagine it’s the same for many language learners out there who use SRS tools
– insane amount of customization possible
– this is where I store most of my language vocabulary
– I’ve tried adding Googling photos for each word I add to a deck à la Gabriel Wyner, but it just takes so long
– another nifty flashcard app
– I like some of their games
– great tool for learning English via YouTube videos of your favorite celebs
– has a ton of content from around the world (mostly Asia) in their respective languages
– Indonesian content
– for Chinese
– great podcasts on a variety of subjects, all for free
– great news content with audio and transcripts!
– especially check out the Android app
– great on-the-street videos of spoken German covering a wide variety of questions
– also has grammar videos that are helpful
– best German dictionary for English speakers
– the best English dictionary for Chinese
– variety of short stories to choose from.
– uses built-in TTS and also provides quick definitions and pinyin of words by tapping.
– transcript with audio available!