Add Multilingual to Your Resume by Downloading Free Language Apps


Harmonious and vibrant multiculturalism is a facet that Australia boasts about. Way back in 1945, about 7 million people have migrated to our land. It is no wonder that 1 in 4 Australians were born overseas.


People from United Kingdom continue to dominate the overseas-born residents. They are followed by people from New Zealand, China, India, and Vietnam. Hence, being bilingual is not a unique skill to have on your resume.


To dictate an edge in the workforce, consider equipping yourself with other languages. Being multilingual is impressive no matter where you are. Learn how to speak a new language confidently in a relatively short amount of time by downloading these no-cost apps:


1. Duolingo

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Available on iOS and Android devices


Download the gamified language app called Duolingo to enjoy an addictive learning journey. You see, it has several levels and competitions that you can either struggle or excel on. Simply set your goal and choose from the handful of languages that it offers. Spanish was my cup of tea. I learned the basics of the language with its written and oral exercises. This why I can say this: “Yo entiendo Español.”


Duolingo has a massive following due to the fact that it will always be FREE. You read that right! There are no annoying ads too. It is surely one of the best in the market.


2. Memrise

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Available on iOS and Android devices


For visual learners like my younger sister, you must go for the Memrise app. It features a myriad of categories that depend on graphics, imagination, and humor to induce the new language into your brain. The idea is to use attractive aesthetics to encourage its users to grow their memories. Hence, its witty name.


Downloading this simplistic app is free. But, it is important to not that there are fees for other services within the app.


3. Busuu


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Available on iOS and Android devices


Busuu app is founded by the users’ efforts to help each other out. Its flexibility is the beaming star that stands out from the rest. Start by logging in, choosing the appropriate language, and selecting the course. You may choose from the Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate, Upper Intermediate, or Travel courses. Beginner’s lessons use flashcards for studying phrases and words. While, the advanced lessons involve writing answers and answering questions.


The free pack includes dialogues, audio recordings, and writing drills. Further features like printable PDF files and video units are only available to paying members.


After downloading these exciting apps, one of the surefire ways to absorb the new language is by interacting with others. Filter through the Aussie community near you to locate individuals who are familiar with this newfound vocabulary. Converse with them to naturally translate your thoughts.


Good luck! 🙂

Anna Agoncillo

Anna is a Registered Psychometrician and a graduate of Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. Earning a bachelor's degree with honors in Psychological Studies, lead her to a career of writing and teaching. She is also the author of the new book entitled Psychology of Love, Money, & Life.


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