A listing of lesson plans and multicultural classroom resources offered in many different languages, from Apache to Yiddish. Some languages require special fonts for correct display. The site is rudimentary but offers a lot of content.
For the beginning language learner looking to get their hands on 1000s of phrases and words they can review, Living Language is a great tool to help you kickstart your way to fluency. There’s a range of resources you can use from flashcards and games to grammar notes and dialogues.
A language learning app is geared towards teaching you practical phrases and having you use them in everyday life. The content is very auditory-heavy, with clear voice recordings of every phrase and prompts to repeat and record yourself.
Link to Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mango.android&hl=en&gl=US
A site with a great amount of free learning activities for learning or working with many languages. The activities here do not require any form of registration and were developed for language students of various ages and learning styles. While the site is useful for parents with multilingual children, it is perhaps better suited as a tool for language teachers.
Originally created for the U.S. Government, these resources are now freely available to the public. With 72 languages covered, there are plenty of resources to reinforce anyone on their path towards fluency. The lessons on this site are in PDF format, allowing you to follow along with the audio as you learn. There are workbooks available too.
A resource where you can find lessons, grammar tips, vocabulary, phrases, language tools and audio files. The site proclaims to focus on grammar and vocabulary but has a wide variety of additional useful tools and tips.
The site has an extensive list of supported languages, with all of them having listings for vocabulary and grammar, there are no exercises or learning activities.