Every 6 months or so, the Fluent Show brings you a new set of top tools. These are our recommendations for language learning tools you might have missed. It's a LONG episode so follow along with our full list of top tools on the blog if you like.
Intro: Lindsay's Language Marathon and our italki Language Challenge progressTop Tools Hall of Fame
Top Tools has now been running since 2016, with a total of 42 tools recommended. It's easy to lose track so it was time to declutter the list. In this episode, you'll hear about the best, the ultimate, the unmissable Top Tools Hall of Fame from 2016 to 2020.
We revisit EVERY SINGLE tool recommendation in the podcast so you can hear how they work and which ones we still love. Then we hand out awards. Here are the headline winners:The best tools for EVERY language learner:
ALL of these top tools have web and app based versions and lots of languages available for you to pick from.
The Beginners Badge for people who want good beginner materials goes to 50 Languages.
The Minority Medal for a tool that is best if you are interested in learning a minority language goes to the LiveLingua Project.
The Goblet of Recognition for a tool that we brought back again and again goes to VOCAB NOTEBOOKS like these. In America, Gregg or Pitman ruled notebooks might do this job for you.
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