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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