9 Great Free Linux Foreign Language Tools
Learning a new language can provide life changing
opportunities and enjoyment. There are so many reasons to learn a
foreign language whatever your nationality, to improve employment
potential, intellectual curiosity, make travel more enjoyable, sharpen
cognitive and life skills, make lifelong friends, and many more. Whilst
it is widely acknowledged that it is easier to begin learning a second
language at a tender age, starting a new language at any age is
There's a good selection of traditional materials and tools
available to assist with language studies, such as language courses,
grammar books, dictionaries, phrasebooks, and electronic translators.
However, there are real
benefits in using the latest technology to quicken the pace of
learning. Online lessons and computer software are two popular ways of
immersing yourself in learning a foreign language. They are the best
alternative to actually staying in a country where the language is
spoken by the general population.
There is an extensive amount of open source computer software
to help individuals learn a foreign language. We have identified the
of breed open source Linux software to make language acquisition fun,
enjoyable, and a stimulating way of learning. These applications offer
the opportunity to radically improve your life.
Now, let's explore the 9 foreign language tools. For each
title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an
in-depth analysis of its features, a screenshot of the software in
together with links to relevant resources and reviews.
|Foreign Language Tools
||Extensible flashcard learning program
and listen, save and test words in context
||Japanese vocabulary and kanji dictionary
and Italian conjugator
||Learn words in a foreign language
trainer for KDE 4
||Language-mining tool to help English speakers
Language Text Reader
||Train your oral skills in foreign languages
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Last Updated Sunday, September 22 2013 @ 09:34 AM EDT