Los Angeles
Has anybody used a software program to learn another language?  If so, which one, was it worth it and can you now speak the other language?

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I've been using the Duolingo app on my phone for about five years now. I'm no where near being fluent but that's probably because I only do one lesson a day (a lesson only takes about 2 to 3 minutes). Also, it is much easier for me to read/write Spanish than it is to speak it.

Other apps/programs you might check out would be Babbel.com and Rosetta Stone (i have the app for Rosetta Stone but prefer the Duolingo)

Idaho Falls, Idaho
Interesting topic and I’ll subscribe. Would like to learn Spanish. I am fairly fluent in English as it’s my native tongue and I speak Japanese. Learned “sailor #$&*” by marrying my Montana girl.

Los Angeles
When I started to make a decision on what product I would try, Babbel was on the top of my list.  That is until I began reading web sites like this one.


Los Angeles
On Monday I plan on taking a 7 day free course with Pimsleur.  If I like it I will start a monthly program.
Duolingo is the way to go.
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