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FluentU to Help Students Learn a New Language

May 30, 2015

Do your students want to learn a new language? If you are a language teacher you’ll want to check out FluentUFluentU helps you teach a language with music videos, movie trailers, news, and inspiring talks. It’s a fast and effective way to incorporate authentic content and cultural immersion into your language learning lessons. As a web based tool with a companion iPhone app it makes learning mobile when students are on the go.

Learn a New Language

Learn a New LanguageFluentU lets students watch a video with interactive captions – students can tap on any word to look it up to see useful pictures, definitions, and example sentences. It turns videos into interactive language learning lessons and games. Scenes from movie trailers become questions that help students learn grammar and conversational phrases. FluentU is available for learning Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, and English and features for assignments and progress tracking will also become available in the next few months.  

Ready to learn more? Visit 
FluentU’s website or watch this video!

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