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  1. #21
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    Learning a new language like you discovering a new place. It can be danger, stranger but it's interesting.

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  3. #22
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    Try Scalar language it would be very helpful as the website and app are being developed on this technology.

  4. #23
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    I tried to learn italian off of some app but it didnt work, so I do not recommend it, the best way to learn is to live it..haha I would need to go live in Italy

  5. #24
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    Yes, I'm learning French now

  6. #25
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    Hey. Using an online dictionary such as https://www.translate.com/english-japanese provides many benefits. Possibility to connect additional dictionaries of different languages, spell checker, convenient and intuitive interface, text editor. And do not forget that machine translation systems can by no means give 100% results. Always after translation, a person needs to check and correct the result. Good luck

  7. #26
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    For anyone who is still interested in learning languages I would like to suggest these resources: https://pkidd.com/referenc.htm#languages I am currently learning Spanish and I find the sites on this list very useful. If I learn Spanish pretty quickly, I also want to learn at least a little bit of French (a very difficult but beautiful-sounding language in my opinion).

  8. #27
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    I know English and want to learn Chinese . I believe that these are the main languages in the future.

  9. #28
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    During quarantine, I started to learn Italian. This is awesome. This opens up so many opportunities to explore foreign culture.

  10. #29
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    I wish can I learn German language, but I am rally busy. I don't have enough times.

  11. #30
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    I really don't think you can learn new language with the help of apps or software. You could rise your level a little, but to learn a language you should hire a teacher or apply for an intensive courses.


 
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