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What makes learning with Ling special

Interactive exercises

Improve your pronunciation by starting a conversation with our app’s interactive chatbot

Engaging activities

Practice your skills with mini-games and track your progress with fun quizzes

Mix of languages

Choose from over 60 languages, both big and small, and listen to audio from native speakers

Proven results

Backed by linguistic research, our learning methods can help you achieve fluency in record time

Master 4 language skills in 10 minutes a day

1-3 minutes to learn new vocabulary
Select a language, lesson, and topic of study. Get introduced to new vocabulary and any relevant grammar tips.
3-5 minutes to review
Quick comprehension checks! You might be asked to match the photo with the word, sort the sentence, or match the cards together.
3-5 minutes to test your listening skills
Listen to the conversation between two native speakers. Next, fill in the blanks of their conversation accordingly.
Did that seem too easy? Don’t worry, Ling offers lessons for all 5 language levels, from beginner to advanced.

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Frequently asked questions about learning English

How Can I Learn English By Myself?

English is perhaps one of the most accessible languages that you can learn, either by yourself or through classes.

Nowadays, you don’t have to attend in-person classes or buy heavy, expensive textbooks to learn a language, all you have to do is search for materials online! What a change, right?

If you want to practice English, all you have to do is search for a podcast or video to learn new vocabulary and words. You’ll be fluent in reading, speaking, writing, and listening in no time!

Of course, whether you’re able to learn English also depends on your motivation and dedication to the language. For example, no one can master a language, no matter what it is, if you only study for one minute a day! With the Ling app, you can get daily reminders to study, that way you never miss another day again!

What Are The Tips To Learn English?

Learning English, especially at the beginning, might be difficult, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible!


With the right language learning resources and tools, you can develop your English skills until you reach fluency.


Here are some valuable tips to help you learn English:


  • Don’t focus on your mistakes
  • Practice speaking English daily
  • Avoid using your native language when learning English
  • Take an active role in your learning
  • Find a native English speaker to practice with
  • Use the Ling app to learn new vocabulary, phrases, dialogues, sentence structures, and grammar rules
How Can I Practice Speaking English At Home?

If you’re dedicated to learning English, or any other language, you can always practice at home! After all, it’s your own private space. Practicing English at home will also save you money from signing up for a private tutor or language group.

You can start speaking English at home with your family by asking them to exchange vocabulary words with you or play an interactive game of charades. Or, if you’re living alone, you can put sticky notes on your furniture or appliances with their name in your native language and corresponding English name. You should also try thinking in English as much as you can!

If you are learning English at home, make sure that you have a distraction-free environment. That way, it will be easier to both study and retain the information. Set up a nice space that encourages learning, not detracts from it.

The best news is that the Ling app can help you sharpen all your language skills, especially speaking. You can use Ling’s AI chatbot to practice conversations that you’d use in real-life with locals as well as receive feedback on your pronunciation!

Is English Easy To Learn?

Although there are 1.5 billion English speakers worldwide, the language remains one of the most complex due to its grammar and sentence structure rules.


Nevertheless, English is relatively easy to learn, especially when you compare it to other languages.


Make your English language learning journey easier with these facts:


  • Grammar: English follows the subject-verb-object (SVO) word pattern for most of its sentences. It also has eight major word classes or parts of speech.
  • Vocabulary: A lot of English words are loan words from other languages. Today, English has 470,000 vocabulary words, and at least 1,000 words are added to the English dictionary every year.
  • Speaking/Listening: English has many different accents, from British to American to Australian. To learn how each accent sounds, you can watch videos or movies from different English-speaking countries.
  • Reading/Writing: The modern English language is based on the Latin alphabet of 26 letters. Oftentimes, English words are not pronounced the same way that they are written.