Give https://busuu.com/ a go, I think it does a much better way of explaining words and grammar than Duolingo. Good luck! - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
When I was starting out I used a subscription to Busuu and thought it was pretty good. They had listening exercises, vocab exercises, grammar/conjugation, and test exams. There's also a community feature where native speakers can correct some of the exercises you do (and vice versa). - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
I have been studying French for a few years (I still don't feel I would be very beneficial to you unfortunately, however) and a good place to look for language partners that I have found is busuu.com . A big section of it is connection to others learning your native language that speak your learning language. Just fyi if you want that info. (: Good luck!! - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
Then I've tried Busuu premium, which is considerably better than Duolingo - at the very least tries to teach you grammar, and the video contents are really well produced. For an absolute beginner it is great! - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
I learn english at busuu.com. One of my lessons contain phrase "i had dinner" and also "i had pizza". I am confused. Dinner and pizza it is countable nouns. Should I use "a" article? - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
I came here to ask the same question! If you go to busuu.com there are still ways to do this but I can't find it on the app anymore... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
Optional Step 2.5: Use a textbook like Genki1 or Japanese from Zero, if you prefer using textbooks, or if you're like me and you don't really benefit from textbooks, I recommend the app Busuu; out of all the language learning apps I've used, Busuu has been by far the most enjoyable. I still recommend using Anik, Bunpro and Wanikani for the SRS element. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
Yes it has alot of other languages and a community function where native speakers can correct some of your sentences the name of the app is Busuu but it's paid. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
Channels like those, along with busuu.com have worked very well for me. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
If you go to busuu.com or download the app, you will see solid improvement in using it for just 20 minutes a day. I used it for French and it helped me get from the A2 level to the B2. You can stick to the free version or get the premium subscription. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
Aside from Duolingo, a better paid alternative is LingoDeer (which you can usually get a lifetime subscription to for under $100 by using a coupon code). There's also Busuu, which includes peer review for your answers (by fluent/native speakers). - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
I tried using duolingo but it didnt really seem helpful as it was more like a game than a studying app. I actually found this website called busuu.com but im not sure if it is reliable. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
Taking classes will give you a community and expose you to things you wouldn't come across on your own, but if you want to actually learn the language you'll need to take the bull by the horns and create your own system. For me, lingq.com, busuu.com, and baselang.com have been very helpful. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
Busuu.com has a pretty good Russian-speaking community, they check exercises and provide good feedback. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
Do you know an article comparing Busuu to other products?
Suggest a link to a post with product alternatives.