WordReference is an online translation dictionary for, among others, the language pairs English–French, English–Italian, English–Spanish, French–Spanish, Spanish–Portuguese and English–Portuguese. WordReference also has Oxford Unabridged and Concise dictionaries available for a subscription.
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Whether you prefer flashcards or face-to-face interaction, want to learn Amharic or Zulu, or are a novice or near-native, here’s how you can start fine-tuning your language skills without spending a cent.
Learnalanguage.com is a website with links to extensive resources on and in 19 different languages. You can learn over 1400 words in your target language for free with their vocabulary lists and verb conjugation charts, and there’s plenty more free learning to be done in the nine languages in which learnalanguage.com maintains its own Web-based courses.
Sign language is for everyone! Yes, even you. ASL is the 3rd most commonly used language in the United States so chances are you will actually use it! Whether you have always been interested in learning American Sign Language or just saw it for the first time, this website is for you! And we have a class this summer for you too!
Open Culture is an e-learning website that hosts “the best free cultural and educational media on the web,” and when it comes to languages, they’re not bluffing. Open Culture maintains a list of free courses in 48 languages across the Web, from Amharic to Yiddish. With these collected resources from governments, universities and respected private institutions across the world, you’re sure to find free, high-quality lessons in 48 languages that are learned far and wide.