Online Language Learning Communities

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I’ve decided I’m going to try out the free features of the online language learning communities, and report back with my findings (as well as prices for the pay features). But the first challenge is just finding all of the language communities. These are the ones that I plan on reviewing. Can anyone add others to the list? I know I must be missing some!

  • http://www.dalango.de/ VitesseH

    http://www.dalango.de is missing.
    Best,
    Vitesse
    .-= VitesseH´s last blog ..El barrio del Born en Barcelona =-.

  • http://www.dalango.de VitesseH

    http://www.dalango.de is missing.
    Best,
    Vitesse
    .-= VitesseH´s last blog ..El barrio del Born en Barcelona =-.

  • Emma

    Polyglot?

  • Emma

    Polyglot?

  • http://www.lenguajero.com/ August

    Well, it’s not for French, but if you want to practice Spanish you should check out http//www.lenguajero.com

  • http://www.lenguajero.com August

    Well, it’s not for French, but if you want to practice Spanish you should check out http//www.lenguajero.com

  • http://www.learnlangs.com/blog Judith

    Myngle is not so much a learning community as a place to find good online teachers. If you’re also going to review that kind of place, you should include Edufire, the second big website in that area.

    Also, Unilang.org is a must-have, possibly the oldest language-learning community there is. Their forum is incredibly valuable if you’re about to study a very exotic language (Ainu, Georgian, Maori…) and need materials, fellow students or native speakers to help you along.

    How-to-learn-any-language.com is mostly worthwhile for its forum, which unites several thousand language lovers, many of them polyglots, and the main discussion topic is HOW to learn languages, i. e. methods, approaches, programs etc.
    .-= Judith´s last blog ..Wanderlust, Having Too Many Interests and Projects =-.

  • http://www.learnlangs.com/blog Judith

    Myngle is not so much a learning community as a place to find good online teachers. If you’re also going to review that kind of place, you should include Edufire, the second big website in that area.

    Also, Unilang.org is a must-have, possibly the oldest language-learning community there is. Their forum is incredibly valuable if you’re about to study a very exotic language (Ainu, Georgian, Maori…) and need materials, fellow students or native speakers to help you along.

    How-to-learn-any-language.com is mostly worthwhile for its forum, which unites several thousand language lovers, many of them polyglots, and the main discussion topic is HOW to learn languages, i. e. methods, approaches, programs etc.
    .-= Judith´s last blog ..Wanderlust, Having Too Many Interests and Projects =-.

  • http://ichestudiolangues.wordpress.com/ Jessica

    Sounds like a good little project! I look forward to seeing your results!
    .-= Jessica´s last blog ..I’ve moved to ichestudiolangues.com =-.

  • http://ichestudiolangues.wordpress.com Jessica

    Sounds like a good little project! I look forward to seeing your results!
    .-= Jessica´s last blog ..I’ve moved to ichestudiolangues.com =-.

  • http://www.franceprofonde.blogspot.com/ Betty C.

    Sounds very interesting. I have dabbled in Babbel (German) and found it attractive, but haven’t gotten very far.
    .-= Betty C.´s last blog ..Chez Cécile et Aimé =-.

  • http://www.franceprofonde.blogspot.com Betty C.

    Sounds very interesting. I have dabbled in Babbel (German) and found it attractive, but haven’t gotten very far.
    .-= Betty C.´s last blog ..Chez Cécile et Aimé =-.

  • http://www.dreaming-in-italian.com/ ER

    I'm looking forward to your recommendations. I thought of checking some of them out previously but haven't yet

  • http://www.dreaming-in-italian.com/ ER

    I'm looking forward to your recommendations. I thought of checking some of them out previously but haven't yet