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Mork the Fiddle
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Studies: Norwegian, Latin, Ancient Greek

 
 Message 41 of 43
29 September 2016 at 8:08pm | IP Logged 
Sprachprofi wrote:
I wrote a series of ebooks on how to learn languages without spending money:

72 Ways to Learn German for Free
72 Ways to Learn French for Free
72 Ways to Learn Spanish for Free
72 Ways to Learn Japanese for Free

They include some of the tips you found here, but also 40+ pages of other tips,
specifically tailored to each language. Get these books from
http://www.amazon.com/Judith-Meyer/e/B00FK6X8GC

If anyone stumbles upon this post as I just did today, I offer a couple of notes intended to clarify and not to criticize (Judith is one of my heroes, as is Serpent, who has a later comment):
(1) Later in the thread $2.99 is mentioned as the price of Judith's books, but the price has gone up to $5.99.
(2) Using Amazon's "Look Inside" feature with the guide book on French, I see a mention of French in Action. Please be aware that although watching the charming episodes is free for some of us, the course itself consists of not only the video episodes but also items definitely not free: a textbook, DVD, workbooks and study guides.
For more information, see this thread in language-learners.org: French in Action
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KConn
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 Message 42 of 43
04 July 2017 at 2:34pm | IP Logged 
You should try Duolingo. They have a good variety of language courses for free.



joegomez
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United Kingdom
https://learninglang
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 Message 43 of 43
30 June 2018 at 2:25pm | IP Logged 
I agree with the comment above, Duolingo, is one of the best free language apps. You also have
Memrise and Busuu that compete. Also, I recently came across a really good language site and app
that is called 50languages, I'd advise you to check it out!



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