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Only words that have exercises written for them will show the Learn button. It's part of the challenge feature with understanding more of that particular word. We’ve added a “Learn” button to show you which lists are ready to go. Clicking on the button will take you immediately to a Challenge that's tailored to the words you're interested in — anything ...


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See SpellCheckPlus: "SpellCheckPlus" is a grammar checker that finds common spelling errors and grammatical mistakes in English. Simply type (or paste) your text into the window below and hit the "check text" button.


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For a monolingual dictionary, the standard online reference is the Trésor de la Langue Française (TLF). You can search by pronunciation and browse the list of words. It's a reference dictionary, somewhat lacking in recent words. A good list of resources for French from countries other than France is http://www.lexilogos.com/francophonie_dictionnaires.htm ...


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Check out LiveMocha Livemocha is the world's largest online language learning community! 6 million Livemocha members appreciate our simple, effective approach to language learning: the most natural way to learn a language is with help from real native speakers.from real native speakers.


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Check out smart.fm It is not strictly for language learning as it covers all different subjects but it has pretty good resources on languages. The content is partially created by smart.fm itself but the large part of it is created by the user community. I went through SAT Verbal programme to work on my English vocabulary and I found it pretty good. My ...


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Use the Wikimedia's wikibooks.org, they have quite a good set of language books.


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Do you mean something like http://www.verbalplanet.com/?


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Are you looking for an app sort of like this? Sounds: The Pronunciation App https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sounds-pronunciation-app-free/id428243918?mt=8


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It's not free, but take a look at http://www.lumosity.com/ Note that this is a very general app designed to "improve brain performance" overall, it's not a language-learning service.


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Well, Busuu.com is not meant to meet new people of the same language/interest or anything like that and so there is no way you can do it.


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FlashCardDB allows you to browse existing sets of flashcards or create your own custom set of flashcards. It also allows you to use two learning methods: Leitner Graded Space Repetition The Leitner System works by flashing the flashcards that a student always forgets more often. The Graded Space Repetition Method works in a similar manner to the ...


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You can also try WhiteSmoke's online grammar checker. "WhiteSmoke uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) to take your writing to a professional level. At the core of WhiteSmoke are the highly advanced grammar and text enrichment engines."


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Sure, there's quite a few. However my crystal ball is broken and I can't see clearly what are your needs. Check out the following ones: Wiktionary - quality varies, however sometimes very interesting information can be found WordReference - simple, yet effective (+ forums) CNRTL - good for tracking the history BabLa Reverso This list is by no means ...


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Check out Livemocha.com. The site allows you to learn online and learn from others who know more than 1 language.


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I thought this guy has an amazing little video about the different options out there: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYO5aw4wPHE&feature=fvw


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Linguapassion is a platform that offers online conversation on a virtual platform (not Skype). An opportunity to practice a language but share your culture with others.


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There was a proposition made on Area51 about making a site for this : http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/1979/english-french-translation If you participate a lot, it might open one day.


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You can take a look at livemocha.com You can learn any language and have your exercises corrected by native speakers.



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