Language is constantly evolving, and learning a new language is a great way to keep your mental skills sharp, expand your horizons, and have fun doing it. Yet it’s also difficult to achieve the full immersion linguists recommend to speak, read, and write a new language. This 1-year subscription to Busuu Premium Plus puts language courses developed by those same linguists and native speakers right at your fingertips. Valued at $108, this membership is on sale for only $59.
Learn By Doing
A Google’s Play Editor’s Choice and Apple App of the Year, thanks to its design, Busuu combines advanced language science, machine learning, and time-tested language teaching tools to help you speak clearly and articulately no matter which language you’re learning.
Each of the over 1,000 lessons you’ll take were designed by linguists. As you practice, the app will track how you do, what you’re interested in, and where you can improve and develop a customized study plan. Voice recognition tools also help with pronunciation and accent.
The Human Touch
As you learn, native speakers will offer tips and approaches for how you can improve. This combines the best of both language app approaches to help you learn quickly and become fluent.
With the Premium Plus plan, you have even more learning tools. Advanced grammar lessons help you better understand the overall rules, so you can take on unfamiliar phrases and words with more confidence. An offline mode means you’ll never have to skip a lesson because you can’t get a signal. The adaptive vocabulary trainer keeps you on your toes with new and useful words. Finally, when you finish your courses in selected languages and take a test, you’ll receive a McGraw-Hill certification demonstrating your grasp of your new language.
Get a Busuu Language Learning Premium Plus 1-Year Subscription for $59 (reg. $108).
Prices subject to change.
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