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Magiclingua helps you start speaking a new language in just 10 weeks


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To master any new language, you need to start talking as early as possible. Magiclingua is a mobile app that provides instant feedback, helping you learn basic Spanish or German in just 10 weeks. You can get lifetime access now for just $99.

Ever tried learning a new language by swiping things around a screen? It might keep you entertained, but there isn’t much learning going on. If you’re really set on learning a new language, practicing and hearing how others speak it is essential.

Magiclingua is a completely different kind of language-learning app. Instead of playing games, you listen to videos of native speakers and then try those sentences for yourself. 

The app uses speech recognition to critique your accent, and you can email a personal tutor with any questions. You also have the option to talk to native speakers via live video chat.

Available on iOS, Android, and online, Magiclingua provides 300 videos on grammar and 10 weeks of exercises. By the end of the challenge, you should have 2,500 sentences in your vocabulary. As Mental Floss put it: “Move over, Duolingo, Babbel, and Memrise: there’s a new language-learning app on the scene.”

Worth $198, lifetime access is now 50% off at $99. Check it out here and choose between Spanish and German.

Prices subject to change

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