Are datives making you dizzy? Can’t tell your kana from your kanji? Do you just wish Latin America would settle on one single word for something, anything? If that’s the case, then feel free to vent here in the language of your choice!
I’ll try to keep this thread updated with general language learning resources as I find them. Feel free to post your own findings and I’ll stick them in here! If you have any language-specific questions or rants or whatever, feel free to put them here as well.
General Online Language Learning Resources
Duolingo: A pretty popular game-like language learning tool.
Anki: Anki is a powerful tool for making flashcards. You can also make “intelligent” decks that automatically show you more difficult flashcards more often.
Memrise: (thanks @frozentreasure) Memrise offers curated, community-created courses on a variety of languages. It combines flashcards with mnemonic devices to help you memorize words and phrases more quickly.
German Language Learning Resources
Deutsche Welle: DW is Germany’s answer to the BBC, and it has a massive database of online lessons and podcasts for would-be German learners.
Deutsch Perfekt: Online magazine with news in simple German and additional German lessons. The magazine itself is paid, but it has lots of media that can be downloaded for free.
Verbito Verb Conjugator: Pick a verb, any verb, and this site will show you all possible conjugations for it. Quite useful!
Japanese Language Learning Resources