- Kurso de Esperanto
- Kurso de Esperanto is a multimedia computer program for teaching yourself Esperanto.
- It finds many errors that a simple spell checker cannot detect and several grammar problems. There are a few versions available: standalone desktop client, LibreOffice extension and IceCat add-on. This entry is about the desktop client.
- Mnemosyne is a flashcard program which assists you in learning and sticking to mind vocabulary, characters, definitions, etc. Mnemosyne uses a techique called Spaced Repetitions, which consists in multiple reviews of learning material at increasing time intervals; this process helps commiting information to long term memory.
- Pythoneol is an all-in-one program that helps English speakers learn Spanish. It features pronunciation, verb conjugation, a dictionary with over 70,000 words, a thesaurus, quizzes, full-text translation, idioms, a verb browser, and a large reference section.
- 'reciteword' is designed to help Chinese-speaking people study and learn English, particularly by reciting English words. It has an attractive interface which maintains the user's interest while practicing. It is skinnable, supports sound, and comes with over 400 books. Currently the program is in Chinese and supports learning only the English language. It is suitable for both secondary school students and adults.
- Step into Chinese
- Step Into Chinese is a flexible language-mining tool to assist English speakers seeking to understand Chinese language. The lack of a one-to-one correspondence between Chinese characters and the corresponding Pinyin is often regarded as the greatest difficulty facing learners of Chinese. Step Into Chinese has been designed to address exactly this difficulty.
- Tagaini Jisho
- Tagaini Jisho is a Japanese dictionary / Kanji lookup program and a learning assistant. Among its features: Kanji strokes animation, review for entries that you are studying, tagging and pattern search.
- TuxWordSmith is a foreign language learning game, similar to Scrabble, with support for over 30 languages.
- Vocabulink is devoted to helping you learn foreign languages as quickly and effortlessly as possible. We do this by focusing only on vocabulary building. Once you have a base of vocabulary to build on, you just have to begin using the language in whatever way you want. Read a book or a website in the language. Talk to native speakers. Watch movies or listen to radio shows. With a solid vocabulary, learning becomes a leisure activity.
- WebVocab is a simple game/tool that replaces words in your Web browser (Firefox) with their user specified second language equivalent. This allows you to easily incorporate vocabulary study into your daily Web surfing.
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