Learning Languages Online with The New York Times

How can you learn foreign languages online? Last week, The New York Times outlined a good number of options for its readers. And, for days, the article remained one of the most widely read pieces on the NYT site. Today, the paper issued a followup post, highlighting yet more ways to learn languages digitally. And happily our collection, Learn Languages for Free: Spanish, English, Chinese & 37 Other Languages, got a small mention there. When taken together, these two pieces spell out the different educational opportunities fairly well. Some of the sites mentioned include LiveMocha.com, BBC languages, and Mango Languages.



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  1. Jake Beus says . . . | January 17, 2011 / 4:30 pm

    Another free website you may find useful is http://www.learnalanguage.com. It has audio flash cards and games in 8 languages.

  2. Danny says . . . | April 11, 2013 / 1:12 am

    There are several online language courses that help the common man to get accustomed to the basics of a new language. People prefer using them due to cost-effectiveness and flexibility of time.
    Regards,
    Danny

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