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Author Topic: Duolingo alternatives (learning english)  (Read 276 times)

Contro

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Duolingo alternatives (learning english)
« on: September 28, 2017, 03:07 PM »
This morning I finished the Duolingo english course.
I thought that when finished will begin another with more contents. But now I only can learn other languages.
I have 5083 EXP and 73% fluency or something similar.
I lack for more material. I am studying english quotes (Albert Einstein is the first).
Also try to write in this forum is an importance practice.
Reading books and searching for words with dictionary.exe ( The information by Martin Amis was the first , and recently finished Fear and Tremblings by Amelie Nothomb)
The word of the day from several web pages.  [1] [2][3][4]
The forum I am using some years ago is WordReference

I would like additionally something free and interactive or easy.

Like

https://www.randomlists.com/things

Other resources I am using are :
examples-finder
Mobysaurus Thesaurus (you can download in DC)
WordWeb free edition
Learning English reading The Bible
and two dictionaries that came with the kindle ebook device.

And the most important tool I need :

English Grammar with testing. That I can select a special feature and go deep.
Basically I need now a lot more of theory. English Grammar Free Trainer. Practice English Grammar.  :-*

 :-[

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« Last Edit: September 28, 2017, 03:48 PM by Contro »