Learn A New Language By Browsing The Web

Learn A New Language By Browsing The Web
Gaming & Play

New app and web extension Lingua.ly translates and saves foreign words as you read.

Tiffany Nesbit
  • 3 april 2014

For new language learners, there is no such thing as too much studying. Lingua.ly, a new Android app and Chrome extension, allows users to learn a language simply by browsing the web.

Interested people can download Lingua.ly from the Google Play Store, on their home computers or mobile device. Next, select the language you are learning as well as your native language. When that’s done, you can either manually type or paste foreign words into the toolbar, where they will be translated to your mother tongue. Once you know the meaning of the word, you can save and customize it, adding a picture and sample sentence. Saved words can be practiced in Coffee Break (5 words), Regular Size (15 words) or Word Feast (30 words) interactive flashcard sessions, or via fun games.

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