Language Reactor

Language Reactor is a great tool for learning languages from a desktop web browser using videos from YouTube and Netflix.

Language Reactor
Language Reactor

Language Reactor is a fantastic free program for learning languages on desktop browsers. With Language Reactor, you can turn any Netflix or YouTube video with subtitles into an English lesson. The program allows you to watch with dual subtitles, easily repeat lines for pronunciation practice, read texts, and more. The paid version even lets you save words for future reference.

One of the best things about Language Reactor is its versatility. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced learner, you can tailor the program to your needs. You can choose videos that match your level and interests, and the program will help you learn new vocabulary and improve your listening and speaking skills.

It’s easy to use, effective, and best of all, it’s free! So why not give it a try and see how it can help you improve your language skills?

Program - a set of instructions for a computer to follow Desktop - a personal computer designed to be used on a desk Browser - a program used to access the internet Netflix - a streaming service for movies and TV shows YouTube - a website for sharing and watching videos Subtitles - text displayed at the bottom of a video that translates the dialogue Lesson - a period of instruction or learning Pronunciation - the way in which a word is spoken Texts - written or printed words Paid - requiring payment in exchange for goods or services Versatility - the ability to adapt to many different situations or uses Beginner - someone who is new to a subject or activity Advanced - having a higher level of knowledge or skill in a subject or activity Vocabulary - the set of words used by a person or language Effective - producing the desired result.
Language Reactor
Improve your skills on your own, effectively and enjoyably, by watching films and series in the language you study.
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Here are some tips for getting the most out of this site.

Beginners: My strategy is to first read the translation while listening to the audio. Then I listen to each sentence individually. After that, I practice saying the vocabulary words out loud. Finally, I listen to the whole text again without reading the translation. I don't try to remember or understand everything. I just let the language sink in as I gain more exposure. (Videos about Comprehensible Input)

Intermediate Learners: To gain some speaking practice, try opening the translation in your native language and then translate it back into the language you're learning. If you encounter any difficulties, you can refer to the transcripts.

Although you may use these lessons for short, intense study sessions, it's important for intermediate learners to engage in extensive listening and reading with simple books, TV shows, and podcasts as soon as possible.

Need help reading something else? Try my free Reading Tool.
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