Four Inexpensive Ways to Learn Another Language

learn-another-languageLearning another language is difficult. It takes time, consistency, and lots of practice. Many turn to local classes instructed by native speakers, other use Rosetta Stone or Pimsleur. There are various innovative, creative, and affordable solutions. TNT explains four inexpensive ways to learn another language.


Learn Chinese through visual characters one Chinese symbol at a time. The book, Facebook page, and website are for the visual learners who desire to learn Chinese through colorful illustrations that represent Chinese characters. Check it out:


Learn French, German, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish through a video game like experience. The free app and website are for the on-the-go scholars who like to learn through brief challenges like answering multiple-choice questions, translating, and speaking and are rewarded with red hearts for correct answers and loss hearts when answered incorrectly. Check out the gamification language learning app on your Android phone and gear wear or website:


Study from a robust list of languages; Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish by reading entertainment, news, and sports articles from the language of choice. As you read and don’t know a word, double-click on the word and a pop-up box will appear with verbal and written translations. The word is also added to a master vocabulary list for later study and testing. The free Andriod app and soon to be iOS app are for the novice who likes to read and test themselves in practice session. Successful answers are rewarded with superstar dances, entertainer photos, and funny hoorays. Check out the hearty, interactive website at:


Become skilled at another language by watching foreign films free at your local library. Watch movies with various and simultaneous language subtitles or in engage mode to learn plot highlights and cultural explanations before watching a particular scene. Another interactive component includes color-coding for word matching one language subtitle to the other. You can also pause the movie and hover over the foreign subtitle for phonetic spellings and audible pronunciations. This low budget movie experience is for the film fanatic novice who enjoys a good foreign film while learning a new language, and engaging in a test afterward. Watch and learn here:

You can perfect your language and get you through the most complex grammar with practice. These websites make it fun, interactive, and obtainable. If you’ve had difficulty sticking with traditional language-learning programs, T’NT provides timely, top quality and reliable transcription, closed captioning, translation, and subtitling services. Contact T’NT TRANSCRIPTIONS ‘N TRANSLATIONS today at (305) 756-3380.