Lingora

Lingora allows you to publish audios and written texts, which native speakers will evaluate and let you know exactly what you need to do to make progress. You can also chat to native speakers in real time and it's free to use.

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Amazon

Already a household name, we don't need to introduce Amazon, but this links to a language-learning section.

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Babbel

Babbel aim to keep their online lessons relevant and practical by having a focus on everyday conversation.

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Duolingo

Fun lessons that include a variety of speaking, listening, translation, and multiple choice challenges.

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Google Translate

The starting point for many a translation and a wonderful tool in general. The app can even translate from real life using your device's camera!

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Grant and Cutler

Based out of Foyles bookshop, they're a foreign language booksellers with resources for over 200 languages.

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Internet Polyglot

Free games and lessons in nearly 40 languages

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Reference.com

Another popular site, perhaps best known for its thesaurus, but which also features a translator.

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Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone is a very well known provider of language learning courses, which can be bought for individuals, classrooms, or companies.

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Routledge

Routledge offer a huge number of language books, including our favourite, their frequency dictionaries.

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Word Reference

One of our favourites - a simple but effective translation website.

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