Become Fluent in French or Spanish by Studying 30 Minutes a Day
Join others from all over the world, and learn French or Spanish faster and smarter with AI.
Why Language Atlas?
Progress Quickly With Well Structured Courses and Lessons that Adapt to Your Actions
The courses of Language Atlas are based on the CEFR. This is the official way to divide a language. That means that they encompass: A0, A1, A2, B1, B2, and C1.
There are over 800 lessons, each with explanations, examples that have audio, and quizzes.
There are over 10,000 Flashcards that adapt to your actions, giving you a personalized progression.
In short, you have plenty of good material to learn well and quickly!
Remember all the Vocabulary and Grammar with Flashcards
Flashcards are proven to be the most effective way to learn a language.
Studies show that you will be able to improve your recall with 290% through use the of Flashcards.
This is through combining spaced repetition and active recall.
Become part of a Global Community
People from all over the world are learning French and Spanish. You can interact with them, ask them questions, or talk with them in the Forums.
How Does it Work?
Become Fluent by Studying Just 30 Minutes a Day
Our 3 Step Fluency Method Works as Follows:
Step 1: Do 1 lesson and quiz every day. By doing this, you can understand and familiarise yourself with the language.
Step 2: Use Flashcards every day. Our Flashcards adapt to your answers giving you a personalized progression. They are also the best tool to memorize the language. In fact, our Flashcards give you 290% more recall.
Step 3: Speak with a native speaker once a week and create Flashcards after the conversation. The only way to properly learn a new language is to speak it! It is likely that you will make some mistakes during the conversation. That is alright, and part of the learning process. After receiving the correction, create a Flashcard of the correction. This way you will always improve and memorize everything.
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Who are we?
Created from the idea that learning a new language is an enriching experience and opens up many new doors. Meeting new people and seeing new places is part of the bigger adventure.