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A Navigation Guide for Top20English.com
Learning a Language 1
Use the Top20 sites for a language to understand basic alphabet or characters and elementary grammar.
Learning a Language 2
To prepare for a language course learn to read, write and pronounce 200 words.  That is 10 words a day for 20 days. See lists here - https://www.ef.edu/english-resources/english-vocabulary/ You can create your own flash cards at Quizlet.  One has to know about 500 words to be somewhat conversational. One has to be able to actively use 2000 words to speak a language, with most native language speakers being able to use 10,000 words.
Learning a Language 3
Use Google Translate to create and then translate and listen to sentences.  Google translate can also be used to translate texts either to or from English.
Learning a Language 4
(cc) Closed Captioned YouTube Videos Many YouTube videos on the bottom bar have a (cc) closed captioned option TED Talks are close captioned in over 100 different languages. https://www.ted.com/talks?sort=newest&language=sw >
Learning a Language 5
Video Speed YouTube Vidoes The Settings button option on the bottom bar allows you speed up the video to get through It faster or to slow it down for better understanding
Learning a Language 6
Use Google Input Tools to type characters from other languages with Google (http://www.google.com/inputtools/try/)
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