Duolingo

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Duolingo

A fun and gamified language learning tool lets you practice speaking, reading, listening and writing.

4

Our rating: 

4

Pros & Cons:

Gamified interface, bite-site lessons, covers speaking, listening, translation and multiple choice challenges.
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Our Review:

Duolingo is a popular language learning tool supporting more than 20 languages including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and more.

With its gamified interface and bite-sized lessons including a variety of speaking, listening, translation and multiple choice challenges, learning a language is not only productive, but also entertaining.

It is easy to use Duolingo. To start out, just pick a language you want to learn then choose a path whether you want to start at the basics, or try a placement test if you already know some basics of the language. By design, Duolingo is able to adapt to your level by getting harder or easier based on your answers in the test.

In settings, you can set a daily goal of spending certain minutes, or gaining certain XP points in some modules. It motivates you to stay on track by recording how many days in a row you have achieved your target in learning a language.

With this gamified language learning tool, you can earn points for correct answers, get hearts by achieving daily goals on a streak and level up.

It is fun, addictive and yet educational in learning a language with Duolingo. Moreover, it is free to use although supported by ads.

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