LingQ is definitely better than most language learning apps, and there is no language learning app that is definitely better than LingQ.
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Personally i love lingq it’s an app of which i just absolutely love the concept. and watch steve kaufmans videos on youtube they’re super insightful when it comes to language learning
Which apps are you using most lately?
For me it’s LingQ and I am really getting my money’s worth out of that Premium package! I’d love to add more languages to it though! Let me loose on your app, LingQ! 🤣
I love scrolling @LingQ_Central and seeing old phrases I tagged. It’s amazing looking at this with no issue. It’s one of those “can’t believe I didn’t get this” things, then it just clicked and made sense.
I love LingQ 😍
LingQ. I love it, and it's affordable if you are living in a developing country
👏🏻 Keep going! I love keeping tabs on these stats in LingQ. It really helps to keep pushing me on in those moments where it feels progress has slowed/stalled.
I’ve been reading a ton using Lingq...wow! I freaking love it.
Just found out you can import Youtube videos into LingQ. Truly in love with that website
I really do love LINGQ now! Because I’m able to use it with voiceover on my iPad and my iPhone while looking at words to make sure I remember what they were. I also use MEMRISEN it reinforces the words that I learned yesterday with the new ones that I’m learning today from LINGQ
🙌🏻 LingQ is amazing. If you spend an hour or so figuring out how you can manage playlists, import material, etc., it becomes your goldmine of content in your pocket. I love how you can see how much of a new article/lesson you’ve never come across before too.
LingQ is a great platform because it makes reading very easy in a target language, especially from A1 to B1. It also had a plethora of audio and text content at many levels w/ users adding new content everyday. On top of that you can add your own content, with unlimited storage
Just started using LingQ and I love how the service uses novel reading experiences to reinforce vocabulary. 🥂
Enjoying the mini stories on LingQ.
Thanks a lot! I'm learning faster than ever thanks to @LingQ_Central, you are an inspiration
I LOVE LingQ — I’ve started importing every article that I’d like to read if there’s a French version — even if it’s about local issues. It’s really helped my reading and listening!!
What are your favourite language learning resources at the moment? Mine are LingQ and Assimil (For Russian). I’d love to see what other people use and which languages they’re using them to learn! 😁
LingQ is a great tool to minimize dictionary lookup time, track progress, and engage you in content you actually like. They’re not marketing a “get good quick” approach, just giving you things to make learning easier!
There is no one way - I do think the key is to find what you love, and I'm enjoying LingQ very much as a tool. The ability to import youtube vids with transcripts is fab, for instance.
I just need to gush about how much I love using #LingQ. I discovered it just a few days ago at the #PolyglotConference and it has actually changed my life.
I love that I can measure my statistics in @LingQ_Central, especially vocabulary, it gives a great point of reference to try new things and reflect in conversations.
What are your thoughts about the #LingQ app’s learning method? I absolutely love it! 😁
Feels good to hit every milestone! If you want to learn a language, definitely check out LingQ -- I've been using it on and off for years! Finally an app/site that I can control what I study instead of the boring B.S. in most apps.