Have you ever wanted to learn a second language? Are you learning a language on your own or maybe taking formal language classes? If so, this Web site can help you out! It provides self-study lessons and it then sends you off to practice in a global community.
It’s really easy to get started! Just select your native language and the language you want to learn. Then click on the Get Started button. You’ll find yourself on the registration page. Fill out the form with a username, e-mail address, password, select where you’re from, choose the skill level for the languages and then click on the Register button.
You’ll need to go to the e-mail address you provided to confirm your account. Click on the link in the e-mail and you’re taken directly to your profile page.
I highly recommend you set up your profile now, as it will lead you through everything you need to do to get started. You’ll set up your introduction, choose why you’re learning the language and it will help you select your native language partners. Lastly, it will help you determine which free language course you should enroll in.
I am enrolling in French 101. I have more advanced French training than that, but it’s been so long that I want to really relearn the basics.
Next, you’ll be directed to your homepage where a mini-tutorial will start. Click on the Let’s Get Started button to begin. It will tell you how to check your messages and how to add friends.
You’ll find the course you signed up for under the Learn tab. I like the way they approach teaching the languages. You not only see the word or sentence they’re teaching, but you can hear it too. The courses also combine interesting assignments where you have to choose the right answer, the right picture or even form the right sentence.
You can even take crash courses if you’re going to be traveling to a foreign country and need just enough to get around while you’re there. You’ll find that option under the Courses section on the Learning tab.
Check it all out today!