Learn a New Language in Google Chrome using Language Immersion Extension


Repartition map of the languages over the worl...

Repartition map of the languages over the world (version blank of key). See File:Languages world map.svg for full description. Esperanto: Mapo de la etendo de la lingvoj en la mondo (senpriskriba versio) Français : Carte de la répartition des langues dans le monde (version vierge de légende) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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One way to learn a new language is to always use the language and push the limits of your understanding of it to learn new words, and other aspects of the language, and if your trying to achieve this then you might want to check out the Google Chrome extension Language Immersion that will translate websites you view into the desired language of your choosing so that you can increase your reading skills in that language, for more check out Language Immersion for Google Chrome.

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3 Responses to Learn a New Language in Google Chrome using Language Immersion Extension

  1. Thank you for sharing. As a linguist and language teacher, I encourage my students to explore this and many other high tech resources, however I have found that the good translations aren’t always the best and sometimes completely incorrect so I would remind people not to rely on them as a sole means of language learning, but moreso as a support resource. 🙂

  2. Corrected Comment:

    Thank you for sharing. As a linguist and language teacher, I encourage my students to explore this and many other high tech resources, however I have found that the Google translations aren’t always the best, and sometimes completely incorrect, so I would remind people not to rely on them as a sole means of language learning, but moreso as a support resource. 🙂

    • Thanks for your Feedback. I am aware that Google Translation sometimes doesn’t get things correct, but this is like you said towards the end of your comment more of a Supportive resource than a resource i would rely on totally to learn a new language, Hope the you found the information somewhat useful, and thanks for reading!

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