Native speakers help correct your writing, and you can in turn help others learning your native language.
Visual learners should head to Memrise, a site that features countless categories of so-called "mems," user-generated mnemonic flash cards that rely on graphics, humor, and imagination to implant new vocabulary in your memory. The site hosts thousands of free courses in many languages; you can also upload your own mems for other users to view. Because the content is entirely user-generated, the quality may vary, but when mems work, they really work.
Helps translate between different languages. Users can submit corrections or suggestions for the translations as well to help Google better translate especially with idiomatic language.
Duolingo is an online and mobile platforms to learn a variety of languages. In addition to language lessons, users can work on translation projects with other users to crowdsource translation.
Free online videos with language instruction. Languages offered: English, Spanish, and French.
Overdrive offers e-Books and audiobooks that can be streamed or downloaded to your device for free 24/7. *You must be a resident of Henderson and have a Henderson Libraries card to access these resources.
Hoopla offers e-Books and audiobooks that can be streamed or downloaded to your device for free 24/7. *You must be a resident of Henderson and have a Henderson Libraries card to access these resources.
A very interactive online dictionary. Users can post questions to forums, and looking up a word will also yield a list of threads discussing the uses of the word.
Verbix provides verb conjugations for many languages, including languages that are not commonly taught.