Which is the best online site for learning foreign languages?

@pauliek (288)
Udon Thani, Thailand
February 5, 2016 1:25am CST
Ever since high school, I have been very interested in learning foreign languages. In high school and college, I originally learned new languages only for reading knowledge. However, since learning Chinese Mandarin in the Navy, I have learned other languages like dialects of Chinese and Thai for listening and speaking purposes. I have studied some French and a refresher course in Mandarin on Alison.com and a few months ago I was learning German on Duolingo.com . Do any of my readers and followers know of any other free online sites for learning foreign languages?
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@silvermist (19802)
• India
5 Feb 16
@pauliek Some time back I started learning Spanish in Duolingo.But I did not continue it.I do not know any other site.
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@pauliek (288)
• Udon Thani, Thailand
6 Feb 16
@silvermist I started learning German on Duolingo. You have to be dedicated to the study if you want to get anything out of it.
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@JudyEv (118538)
• Bunbury, Australia
6 Feb 16
@pauliek I think learning a language from scratch would be difficult whatever site you used.
@silvermist (19802)
• India
8 Feb 16
@pauliek I know .Just attending the classes for one week is not enough.You have to be dedicated.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
5 Feb 16
I am also using Duolingo because I need to speak better German.
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@pauliek (288)
• Udon Thani, Thailand
6 Feb 16
@LadyDuck , I think Duolingo is one of the better sites for learning languages.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
6 Feb 16
@pauliek I have the same opinion.
@JudyEv (118538)
• Bunbury, Australia
5 Feb 16
I've only used Duolingo so I'm not much help to you.
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@pauliek (288)
• Udon Thani, Thailand
6 Feb 16
What language or languages have you learned on Duolingo?
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@JudyEv (118538)
• Bunbury, Australia
6 Feb 16
@pauliek I'd done French and German at school and those were the two I tried on Duolingo.
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@pauliek (288)
• Udon Thani, Thailand
7 Feb 16
@JudyEv How far did you get in German? I think I made it to 13 percent proficient before I stopped going on the site a few months ago.
@mammots (3282)
• Philippines
5 Feb 16
Wow i admire you so much 'cause you know how to speak so many languages. I tried learning Nihongo through a you tube channel called The Travel Linguist and Hindi also through a you tube tutorial video.
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@pauliek (288)
• Udon Thani, Thailand
6 Feb 16
I must check out this Youtube channel called Travel Linguist.
@DWDavis (10774)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
12 Feb 16
Duolingo is the only on line language site I have tried because it is free. I have tried it for French and Spanish. I'm not consistent enough to have made much progress, though.