Reverso helps you avoid sounding like a robot dork in a foreign language

Learning a language is hard. Schools, in particular, are especially bad at teaching them. If you’re just reciting verb conjugations, and learning words and phrases that don’t interest you, you won’t make any progress. Over the past few years, there’s been several interesting efforts to fix this using technology. The most widely known is, of course, Duolingo, although other notable efforts include Babbel and Memrise. Now, we can add another product to the list: Reverso Context. This app is available for Android and iOS, and today reached its 7.0 version milestone. Reverso is vastly more flexible than its most widely known rival,…

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