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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.
Rosetta Stone is a great language-learning tool, you can buy their regular course or subscribe online for digital access. It offered easy access from any device for paid subscribers. Paid users have access to their App. It is very user-friendly, and it works by encouraging learners to develop four skills, reading, writing, speaking and reading, all by context and in full immersion. Users learn by acquisition, words match with images help users imprint their new knowledge. Repetitions help you with developing listening and fluency skills, their “click on the bottom” feature allows the user to hear a phrase, word or nuance of the language as many times as needed until he/she understand it. I like the full immersion approach in real-life scenarios along with the audio. Users select correct answers throughout different activities and at the end of a lesson, they are notified about their progress. In the Core Lesson, you build basic vocabulary, and you preview your entire unit. The setting section, on the main page, allows the user to customize their course making possible to adjust speech precision, voice type, and user feedback options. You can customize your speech recognition level of difficulty in order to pass each section as well. There is also a free version that allows you to access some lessons for more than 20 languages. Every lesson scaffolds the previous one, which helps the user to build upon previous knowledge and vocabulary. As anything new you want to learn, learning a language takes time, Rosetta Stone is a self-contained learning environment that requires your time, effort, practice and self-motivation.
Wednesday 31 December 1969
From my personal experience using many different language methods, Living Language is definitely very professional, easy to go through, and affordable. I had been looking for a long time for a good Korean language method, and when I stumbled upon the Spoken world korean series (made by Living Language), I was pleasantly surprised.More about Living Language Platinum
Monday 02 April 2012
Short of total immersion in a foreign country, Livemocha will take a student about as far as one can go in the language-learning process, especially in their Active Language Series (currently available in German, Spanish, Italian, French, and English). New users are given 200 Livemocha Tokens, which can be used to unlock a handful of free activities. More tokens can be purchased using Paypal or a credit card, but those going-for-broke can purchase a Gold Key, which makes every feature in every language available to the owner.More about Livemocha
Wednesday 31 December 1969
I compare learning a language to going to the gym. If you invest the time, you’ll see the results. If you don’t, you won’t. It’s as simple as that. And as I’ve discovered, any excuse I can find not to exercise (like waking up early, or chilly weather) means my pants haven’t been fitting recently. The flash and internet connectivity requirement is akin to that, a small barrier that may prove large enough for some to reduce the program’s impact on your learning. And with a pricey course, that’s a big deal.But if you have the discipline, time and motivation, I think you’ll enjoy this training program.More about Online Trainers
Sunday 08 September 2013
If you have the money and the time,Rosetta Stone is a good choice. Many companies offer their employees subsidies to use Rosetta Stone, and even allow employees to study while at work. Check with your HR or management team to see if they will do the same. But if you are low on money and time (as most people are), I would instead just recommend free podcasts or affordable “freemium” sites.More about Rosetta Stone
Wednesday 01 August 2012
A great deal for e-students seeking classes. Living Language Platinum receives generally positive reviews from users and experts. The real selling point for this software package is the virtual courses; for the value, the courses can't be compared with any software or traditional class. While the e-classes are fantastic for students to get feedback, it's missing the voice recognition technology that would enable them to record, hear and assess their accents on their own time.More about Living Language Platinum
Wednesday 09 March 2011
Livemocha.com will continue to attract an interesting community of polyglots. And it's a boon that Livemocha has content in 38 languages, an impressive number for any language program. If you can put up with the errors—and the user-generated corrections—you'll probably still want to try Livemocha for a few days before deciding to invest too much time in it. The site's a far cry from gorgeous, the audio quality is barely tolerable, and the overall experience is below average.More about Livemocha
Wednesday 01 January 2014
Language Trainers Online is definitely a good option for a company looking to give its employees English courses. The fact that classes can be tailored for an individual or a group is definitely a plus. Unfortunately, this service's online learning environment isn't rich or particularly conducive to learning, so it doesn't fare well when compared to the best learn English online web services.More about Online Trainers
Thursday 16 January 2014
Rosetta Stone rarely works. I can say that with confidence because I’m a language enthusiast, world traveler, and a successful language club organizer. I have never met a Rosetta Stone student who could ask me a useful question like “What’s your name?” in the language they were studying. So if you’re asking yourself, “Does Rosetta Stone work?” my answer is, “For everyone I’ve met, Rosetta Stone does not work.”More about Rosetta Stone
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