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Living Language

Living Language
Living Language is a language learning course that comes in many varieties. There's a Living Language cellphone apps, simple book-and-audio only series, and the full courses complete with written, audio, and online material. The Pros and Cons below specifically relate to the most popular complete series. (The one that includes online material as well)

Advantages of Living Language
  • Affordability – With all of the ridiculously priced language learning courses these days, it's nice to know that one that comes with so much nice material is also very affordable. Full online courses are just $100, and the "Platinum Edition" is just $180. This is a welcome contrast to all of the $500 and $800 dollar price tags you see on some other language courses.
  • Interactive Content – Living Language comes with tons of fun, interactive content. From quizzes, flashcards, games, and all sorts of other activities, Living Language provides you with plenty of things to keep you interested and active in your target language.
  • High Quality Live Sessions – Something that you would never expect from such a low-cost language course is something as high-end as live sessions with language tutors. It's impressive alone that Living Language even provides this service, not to mention that many people consider their live sessions better than similar sessions offered by other, more expensive language courses. (I'm looking at you Rosetta Stone!)
Disadvantages of Living Language
  • Not Enough Audio/Dialogue - Although Living Language comes with a lot of cool interactive content, there is unfortunately too large of a reliance on it to teach you. There's only so much that you can learn from flash cards and little games before you'll want some dense spoken auditory learning. Living Language is unfortunately a bit lacking in good quality audio material such as authentic spoken dialogue.
  • Can Become Bland - While flash card games and other interactive activities may be fun at first, once you do them for the 100th time, you begin to grow pretty tired of them and the "fun" begins to wear off. The reading material is also not very exciting. Very classic textbook-style writing.

Why Use Living Language Over Another Language Learning Course?
Anybody who is looking for something a little different from the standard textbook-and-audio only approach to language learning will want to consider Living Language. All of the games and activities provide a nice change of pace, and the live sessions are a great asset. Best of all, it's all wrapped in a very affordable package.


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