How to Learn a Language/See also< How to Learn a Language
- Autonomous Technology-Assisted Language Learning
- A listing of language pages on Wikibooks
- How to study a language on the Internet and in your head (part of the Latin course)
- Language learning, Language acquisition, Language education
- Flashcards and spaced repetition
- Russian Accelerator Method
- Pimsleur language learning system
- Computer-assisted language learning
- Second language, English as an additional language
- Bilingual, Natural language
- List of languages, Language families and languages, List of liguistic topics, List of official languages, List of languages by total speakers
- Philosophy of language, Transculturation
- Evolutionary linguistics
- intonation, accent, pronunciation, Sound change, Phonics
- Sign language
- Language exchange
- Polyglots-Significant people and geniuses who know many languages.
WordChamp Reading Aid, provides mouse-over dictionary definitions in target language
Quick TransLation (QTL) In-browser pop-up translator for firefox. Can, among other functions, Google translate any text you highlight. Often able to produce the intended meaning from literal wording that's not transparent to you from your native language.
- Collaborative Language Learning Post and get corrections from natives, correct other people's post, makes friends.
- The Mixxer Language exchange site for teachers and learners. Primarily for speaking practice, though provides wiki for written feedback as well.
- italki Language exchange site for students and teachers. Students can find free language partners and paid tutors.
Babbel Flash cards with audio based on themes.
- MIT Open Courseware Course materials from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Live Mocha Commercial but free language learning / social networking site.
- Free ESL Lesson Planes, Worksheets, Handouts and Games