LINGRO is the unique service which helps reading foreign websites and documents (TXT, DOC, PDF) and at the same time builds words base to repeat them. It is a free multilingual AJAX dictionary and language learning site. Currently supporting English (ESL), Spanish, Italian, French, and German.
TED Talks are influential videos from expert speakers on education, business, science, tech and creativity, with subtitles in 100+ languages. TED consists of over 3,000 lectures mainly in English, some of which have Polish subtitles. A beginner will certainly appreciate the possibility of using subtitles, and with time, when our skills are already greater, we will be able to calmly go to movies where Polish subtitles have not been made. It doesn't matter if we watch these interesting lectures with Polish translation or not, we will undoubtedly carry a whole bunch (especially) of the vocabulary we are interested in, as well as develop our listening comprehension skills. Listening to the language will in turn also bring ease of speech.
LEXIPEDIA is a great service for playing with words. It searches in the selected language and for a given word: meanings, synonyms, antonyms, loosely semantically related words, various parts of speech. This service shows the wordnet. When we click on the words and colored points, we will see definitions and examples of use. It's useful, for example when we write an essay.
Learning Chocolate is designed to help memorize English, Japanese, Chinese (Mandarin), German or Spanish vocabulary in an easy, fun way that really works. All the exercises use pictures, sounds, and games to make learning a new language as fun as enjoying a piece of chocolate!
If you are an app freak, it's good to use different applications to learning English too. I will show you many handy apps to keep learning English in a few minutes. Furthermore, I will show you many online dictionaries and websites to learn languages.