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  1. italki is a language learning social network that connects students and language teachers.

    Levantine dialect? about 4 days ago

    I recommend courses with a local tutor. italki.com has some great Lebanese tutors, DM me if you'd like a referral to mine. It's really not expensive for private tutoring and you can take a free trial lesson.
  2. FluentU brings language learning to life with real world videos!

    How to defeat Kaido and the real reason why [SPOILER] is in... about about 2 months ago

    I love the irony of you using "fluentu.com" and other first results to try and refute THE DICTIONARY in a conversation about how language should be used lmao!! You are fuckin hilarious dude.
  3. Our mission is to give everyone a voice and show them the world.

    how's the thumbnail looking? LMAO Let me know if you have... about about 8 hours ago

    Video up by today hopefully youtube.com/ therealmillyrock.
  4. Connecting language tutors with learners from around the world

  5. Large database of experienced English language tutors. Native speakers. Flexible payment system

    Duolingo wants to be the ‘Sesame Street’ for adults about 18 days ago

    I heard that Duolingo is going to be shut down in China. Like, only non-profit tutoring is now permitted in this country. I don't think it's the best decision for citizens because using apps like Duolingo is convenient during subway rides or something like that. I know it's not as beneficial as some tutoring services like https://preply.com/ , but it's more than nothing. I don't think that learning languages in...
  6. Quality private language lessons at 1/10th the cost of a language school.

  7. Language learning platform connecting students and teachers globally for 1-on-1 lessons.

    Amazing Talker about 2 months ago

    Https://en.amazingtalker.com/ Pros and Cons...? Any info would be much appreciated. Thank you.
  8. The world's first total immersion language school online.

  9. The Modern Way to Learn a Language. Language lessons with native 5-star teachers over video chat. Anytime, anywhere.

    Is it possible to learn Spanish while working at an on-call... about 25 days ago

    Once I got the basics down with duolingo and kept improving I added some vocabulary and spaced repetition programs - my favorite was clozemaster. Ultimately I was using duolingo, clozemaster, 1 on 1 tutoring through verbling.com, and got to do immersion programs in Colombia and Mexico. That took me to a conversational level. If you stick at it and take your time you'll really start to grow and can have a lot of...
  10. Get fluent together. Practice languages, anytime, anywhere.

  11. Bilingua: your language exchange app & learning companion.

  12. HelloTalk is a great app for people who have started to learn a new language and want the chance to be able to practice the language with native speakers.

    LPT: Make friends that live overseas, online or otherwise,... about 4 days ago

    Great places to find international friends are language exchange apps, like HelloTalk.
  13. TM

    The Mixxer

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  14. Language Learning Community for Safe Effective Practice

    Does anyone have tips for learning a completely new language;... about 5 days ago

    Go to websites like mylanguageexchange.com and find a native speaker who'd like to learn your langage, of is eager to teach others their langage.
  15. PC

    Polyglot Club

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  16. HiNative is a Q&A service to ask questions to native speakers about their languages and...