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Duolingo teaches 23 languages from English at the moment: Latin American Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, Irish, Turkish, Danish, Russian, Norwegian, Esperanto, Ukrainian, Polish, Welsh, Greek, Romanian, Hungarian, Hebrew, Swahili, Vietnamese and Japanese (the last currently only on the app). Popular non-European languages such as Mandarin and Arabic are not currently available (although Korean and Indonesian are in development). See More
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Memrise uses "mems" to increase your vocabulary, which are a way to connect a word to its meaning. A common example is associating a word with an image. Mnemonics are another one they use to help you remember new words. For example, "le parcours" (route or course) could be remembered with the mem "People who do parkour pick their own route". See More
Kaizen Languages focusses on what I think is the most important of learning a language, learning to speak. You speak with conversational AI tutors who teach and guide you through increasingly complex conversations, but also gives you other tools that you expect (like flashcards) See More
I think there are more professional teachers here. There are two kinds of teachers, one is professional teachers while the other one is community tutors with lower prices. I also found an article (https://reurl.cc/YA25D) comparing all the Japanese tutoring sites which might be useful. But I personally like Itlaki more. See More