These 10 language apps to make you fluent while social distancing

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Instead of traditional teaching methods for learning a language, Lirica uses popular music by Latin and reggaeton artists to help you learn the Spanish language and grammar.

Essentially, you’ll choose the language you want to learn and begin a 30-minute auditory lesson (which are downloadable and Alexa-compatible).

Even without premium, Busuu offered valuable tools if you want to learn a language.

When you sign up for Busuu, you select the language you want to learn, and the app helps you determine how advanced you are with it and why you want to learn it, and to what level.

Rosetta Stone has a variety of subscription options, depending on the language — for instance, Spanish is $27 for three months, $20 for six months, $15 for a year or $10 for two years.

Depending on the language you want to learn, you might have fewer titles to pick from.

The best language-learning apps can help you build a vocabulary in your target language, develop proper grammar and eventually become fluent through lessons that are easy to digest and retain.

If you listen to any song enough, you’ll learn all the words through repetition — even if they’re in a different language.

Here are the 10 best language learning apps that make it easy for you to learn a language at your own pace.

If you don’t subscribe to premium for $10 per month, you have to wait 10 hours to access another lesson, but you can check out your statistics after completing the lesson (correct answers, wrong answers and words learned) and tap on the words you’ve learned to hear them pronounced again (and see them written in the Greek alphabet).

For example, Busuu says if I study three times a week for 10 minutes a day, I’ll be pretty fluent in my chosen language in about eight months.

Others offer several language options, which is ideal when you want to pick up multiple languages.

One set is your native language and the other is the one you want to learn.

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Perhaps the best-known language learning service, Rosetta Stone has come a long way since it started in the ’90s.

For example, if you wanted to work on your Spanish, select the language in the dropdown menu, along with the country where you’re using Netflix.

Learn a new language at home no matter your style with these 10 apps.

You also get to see the words you’re learning used in common conversations, listen to them (if you choose to have audio on), repeat the phrases, and learn more about verb groups.

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