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10 Best English Learning Apps That Help You In 2019

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Published on May 7th, 2019

English is a universal language and that is a known fact. However, people often confuse with the pronunciation of certain words. When they use the words in the wrong form it leads to a tricky situation for them.

To speak in English fluently it is important you know how to speak each word clearly. Thanks to so many learning apps you can do so effectively and without any major troubles.

We have put together a list of 10 Best English Learning Apps That Help you in 2019. They have been analysed on the basis of the features and benefits.

You can go through the same as that would help you figure out which one of them is actually suitable for your learning purpose. Once you have downloaded the app picking up the nuances of English would be on your fingertips and you would be on the way to become a pro at that.

 

1. Busuu

busuu

Become a member of the busuu Community and have your speaking and writing exercises corrected by native speakers. Plus, you can help others in your native language!

Spanish, French, Italian, German, English, Chinese and 6 other languages. Language learning is simple, fun and effective with busuu. You can even fit language learning into your daily schedule with the help of our study plan. 90 million users are already learning languages with busuu! Join them today and learn a language!

Our language courses are created by our talented language experts who are native speakers in English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, Portuguese and more!

Download on iTunes  | Download on Google Play

Review: PCmag

Online language-learning app busuu sits somewhere between a complementary study app that you would use in tandem with a full classroom course, and an online program for self-study. It isn’t as rigorous or intense as Rosetta Stone, but it has more core learning content than apps meant primarily for studying, such as Memrise, TinyCards, or Quizlet. As of now, busuu has a modest collection of languages, but the material contained therein is of very high quality. The app is polished and professional. Busuu is among the better free language learning apps, although its Premium subscription adds a lot and is worth the cost.

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2. Learn American English Language For Free – Drops

Drops

What if American English vocabulary learning would be a crazy fun game instead of boring memorization drills? Drops make language learning effortless fun. Practical vocabulary is bound to your memories through beautiful graphics and quick mini-games.

The crazy part? You have only 5 mins per day. Might sound insane but works like charm!

These Are The Ingredients Of The Secret Sauce:

  • 100% illustrated: pictures directly carry the meaning – you don’t have to use your native language at all! No intermediary. Faster, more effective and of course more fun!
  • 5 min sessions: limiting practice time sounds crazy but it makes it incredibly addictive – which is a cool thing for learning. The barrier of entry is close to zero so you can’t have any excuses: you’ll have 5 minutes even on the busiest day!

Download on iTunes  | Download on Google Play

Review: iTunes

The best tool to practice your pronunciation when you learn it as a second language or when this is not your native language.

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3. Duolingo

Duolingo

Practice speaking, reading, listening and writing. Play a game, answer questions and complete lessons to improve your vocabulary and grammar. Start with basic verbs, phrases, and sentences, and learn new words daily.

editor’s choice and “Best of the best” —google play.

The best language-learning app” —the wall street journal.

this free app and website are among the most effective language-learning methods I’ve tried… lessons come in the form of brief challenges — speaking, translating, answering multiple-choice questions — that keep me coming back for more.” —the new york times

Download on iTunes  | Download on Google Play

Review: PCmag

Duolingo was the first free language-learning app to rival expensive paid programs. It offers plenty of self-paced exercises to help you develop a base understanding of dozens of languages or review one you already know. It’s easily the best free language app you can find, and our Editors’ Choice. Even when measured against paid programs, the content is so good that Duolingo still ranks among the best software for learning a language.

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4. Hello English

Hello English

Learn spoken English and Grammar from Hindi, Indonesian, Arabic, Malay, Urdu, Malay, Bangladeshi Bengali, Bengali, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Oriya, Assamese, Malayalam, Chinese, Portuguese, Turkish and Nepali. A free English learning course used by over 24 Million learners for spoken English, grammar, and vocabulary building.

Hello, English by CultureAlley is the number 1 ranked free Educational App, and the best free App to learn English.475 Interactive Lessons: 100% free interactive lessons with conversational English, grammar topics, vocabulary and more. All lessons work offline as well.

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Review: MOUTHSHUT

I am using this application so many days ago.i love this application by influencing of the concept of hello English application. I am learning so much by this application and it is very much useful to me.

This concept is really good.it has not only learning English with grammar but also learning by game too. there is a Ranking also.and this feature is well influencing to use this app.it will be very much attracted to me.

And it will be making me like competition feeling because my friends can be followed and I too follow them and it has ranking who is better.so it will be creating competition feeling. overall it is a very good application and I never have seen before this kind of application.thankful to concept maker& developer this app.such a wonderful concept.

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5. HelloTalk

HelloTalk

Hellotalk, the 1st global language, and culture exchange community connects you with native speakers of other languages(English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Portuguese, German, Italian, Russian, Arabic, and 100 more), for free!

When you learn a language with real people, you will learn more than just a language. You’ll be exposed to a different culture and a new way of seeing the world.

In hellotalk, you get connected with real people who might be your “penpals” that can help you with your Japanese grammar/accent, explain the chinese culture to you, be your travel buddy in France, and even be your friends in the country you expat in.

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Review: PCmag

When you’re ready to experiment with a foreign language, HelloTalk provides an excellent opportunity for interaction with other speakers.

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6. Google Translate

Google Translate

Google Translate for Chrome is a free online translation service that works as an extension for Google Chrome. Users simply select their target language and paste the text that they need to translate into the box on the left-hand side. Choose the language that you want the text to appear in, press the blue Translate button and you will receive your translation almost instantly.

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Review: Play Store

So far, this is a wonderful app! I do wish, though, that it had the option of a deeper or lower-pitched voice with more careful pronunciation (at least for French) as it might be easier to understand. Otherwise, this is a great service to those of us struggling to learn another language on our own.

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7. Learn English Phrases

Learn English Phrases

The “learn English” app has many useful English phrases and words (“thank you!”, “how much?” or “a table for two, please!”). When you tap a phrase, the app speaks it aloud. There is no guessing as to how to pronounce the words. And if the app is talking too quickly for you, simply tap the snail icon to hear the words more slowly. Listen to pronunciation recorded by a native English speaker and then record and play back your own voice to practice your English speaking skills!

When traveling to foreign countries, make sure you bring the app with you! Ideally, you listen to a phrase and repeat it, but if your accent is terrible, you can play the voice on the app to local people (e.G., a waiter or store clerk). Language barrier while traveling abroad will no longer exist!

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Review:

I recommend this app to everyone who wants to learn English, it only takes willpower and focuses. Any time a day, anywhere I can stop and practice.

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8. Memrise

Memrise

Do you want to connect with the world? Get ready for your next trip or adventure abroad? Improve your grammar? Or are you looking for the best way to learn a language? Then join the Memrise community of over 35 million language learners and develop real-life language skills through a rich variety of easy-to-use games and over 30,000 native speaker video clips. Language learning has never been so simple!

Download on iTunes  | Download on Google Play

Review: PCmag

Memrise won’t make you fluent in a foreign language, but it’s an excellent study aid. This web and mobile app goes a long way toward helping you memorize characters, vocabulary, and phrases. It’s not just for learning languages, either. It’s also excellent for helping math, science, economics, and so forth. As with most study apps, you can create your own course material, or use content created and shared by other users of the app. Memrise incorporates questions and quizzes, so it’s not just another flashcard app. The free tier of service is more than adequate, and it’s challenging to boot. For free language study, it’s one of my favorite apps and a PCMag Editors’ Choice. There’s a paid membership if you’re hungry for more.

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9. Simply Learn American English

Simply Learn American English

Simply Learn English Language App is a free language app that will assist you to speak English quickly and effectively.

All English phrases and words are presented to you in both phonetic and original English writing. They are recorded by a native speaker from the USA.

  • Save your favorite phrases and words to review them without fuss.
  • Study your vocabulary with flashcards using the spaced repetition technique.
  • Test your knowledge with fun English language quiz and review your score.

Download on iTunes  | Download on Google Play

Review: Trustpilot

This is a superb training course for digital marketing. It took me from virtually no knowledge to a solid understanding that I could apply in my field. Instructors are outstanding and customer support staff are very helpful.

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10. Tandem Language Exchange

Tandem Language Exchange

 

More than a billion people worldwide are learning a foreign language – but miss out on speaking practice. Enter Tandem, the mobile community where you can practice with language learners anytime, anywhere.

The community is completely free and is based on the Tandem learning method – a scientifically proven technique where two people meet in person to teach each other their native languages. The Tandem app is the first to bring this experience to everyone with a smartphone.

Communicating with your new language learning friends is super easy and you can choose via text, audio, and video chat – whatever you feel most comfortable with!

Download on iTunes  | Download on iTunes

Review: Play Store

So far I’ve had a wonderful time using tandem, and the best thing is is that it’s free. It begins by putting you on a short waiting list but I was let in after an hour or so (maybe not even that) and instantly I was talking to new people. It could use a feature in which you choose to receive a message.

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