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About Livemocha

Livemocha is a commercial online language learning community, providing instructional materials in 38 languages and a platform for speakers to interact with and help each other learn new languages. At Livemocha, we believe in the power of human potential. Anyone can learn a new language. And not just anyone, but anywhere and anytime. We are dedicated to helping individuals, corporations, libraries and schools remove the barriers to effective communication and cultural exchange.

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Supported languages
Serviceable Area
World Wide
Supported Platforms
  • Web Based
  • Mobile Web
  • Desktop Windows
  • Desktop Mac OSX
  • Mobile App IOS
  • Mobile App Android

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Domain Authority 66
Alexa Rank 14489245
Platforms 54

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    Cloudswave Score for Livemocha

    Rating based on 7 Critic Reviews

    4 Favorable reviews
    57 %
    3 Mixed reviews
    43 %
    0 unfavorable reviews
    0 %
  • I think I'm going to stick with Livemocha because of the better feedback from real people and the community interaction. I already have 2 friends! There's also a chat feature that allows you to converse with native speakers in that language, so once I get more advanced, I'm eager to try that out. All in all, I find the learning process on Livemocha to be more enjoyable. It probably isn't any faster, but it certainly feels faster because it moves around and I keep doing different things, and that allows me to learn for longer.

  • LiveMocha is useful for anyone wanting to learn a language. It’s perfect for business users or people going on holiday. It’s also ideal for immigrants looking for work in a foreign country who first want to learn or improve their communication skills. For anyone to be part of a community it is important that they can communicate, this could be the answer that you are looking for.

  • ivemocha definitely has very obvious strengths and weaknesses. It is important to know which parts are usable and which are not. If you are learning the language from scratch, Livemocha can give you some initial vocabulary help, but the lessons are probably not going to get anyone anywhere. Feel free to dispute, but I personally believe that the lessons don’t really have much to offer.

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    Gabriela Ackert

    Livemocha used to be free of charge but recently it is changing money for the most popular languages such as German, Italian, Spanish, and French. It offers thirty-five languages for learning. You start by creating your profile and providing information about your native language, and what other languages you are proficient on.

    Livemocha asks the user to provide audio and text corrections in their native language as part of their free use of the site, in other words, it relies on their user community to teach one another.This contribution allows you to earn points to unlock other sections of the language you may be learning. You are encouraged to submit your audio recordings for grading, the number of starts you receive depends on the person who actually responds to it. Livemocha promotes learning on four skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening with an assessment for learning and progress evaluation. In order to develop your target language skills, you receive a prompt, and you have to either type it or speak your answers, and then submit for peer review and feedback.

    At the end of each lesson you can review using the flashcards provided which are engaging, I can’t say it was fun like a game, but it is good for review; you can also choose to take the quiz instead, which is faster. Another nice feature is the chat instant messaging, users can interact with one another which increases their use of the target language.

    Pros :

    • Some languages are free.
    • It encourages peer tutoring.
    • It allows for specialization while learning the target language.
    • It's easy to use, just need an email.

    Cons :

    • Feedback on text or audio corrections are very slow, may take several days for review.
    • The lessons designs are very repetitive.
    • The user has to construct sentences by choosing words until the sentence has been formed, in other words, you learn in a context which is a good thing, and it encourages good grammar structure.
    • Some complaints I have are related to their audio quality, very inconsistent.
    • The feedback I received was in English. Therefore, if I am just beginner learner, this is not useful since I can't possibly understand it all.
    • It does not have cultural articles and essays, which are an important part of the learning process.

    • December 1, 2015
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