New languages

dictionary printWhether you learnt a language at school and want to brush up or you want to speak an entirely new tongue — from French to Hebrew and Hindi to Japanese — there’s plenty of ways to learn.
 

Duolingo offer fun and free courses in a wide range of languages.

www.duolingo.com 

OpenLearn, the home of free learning from the Open University, offers language courses, as well as tips and tricks on learning a new language.

www.open.edu/openlearn/languages/free-courses 

Rosetta Stone, the long established language learning provider, has paid for courses, support and other resources available online.

www.rosettastone.co.uk 
               









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