Online Language Platform adds Polish and Turkish
Busuu is now offering a way to learn Polish and Turkish online for free. This adds to their repertiore of free language resources which also includes English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Russian and French.
Busuu also offers free mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Info Release from Busuu.com
Merhaba and Cześć (in other words, ‘hello’ in Turkish and Polish)!
You can now learn Turkish and Polish online in addition to the 7 languages we already offer on busuu.com! And just like our other interactive language courses, the Turkish and Polish courses are completely free! Start learning Turkish or Polish today!
Choose to learn Polish or Turkish online and you’ll be in good company!
About 71 million people speak Turkish, making it the most commonly spoken of the Turkic languages. Turkish is known for its sound harmony and agglutination of words. Learn modern Turkish, characterized by its vowel harmony and its Latin alphabet for free on busuu.com.
The western Slavonic language of Polish is spoken by 44 million people, making it the 21st most spoken language in the world. It is one of the Slavic languages that are written in a Latin alphabet, making it easier to learn. Learning Polish online can also allow you to understand other more difficult Slavic languages.
Outside of their own countries, both of these languages are also spoken in many communities throughout Europe and further afield.
It’s easy to start learning Turkish or Polish for free:
- Go to your settings page.
- Add Turkish and/or Polish to your language garden.
- Click on the new Turkish or Polish tree in your garden for immediate access to the course.
And if you are a native Turkish or Polish speaker, you can now use busuu.com in your own native language! Simply go to your settings page to change the interface language into Turkish or Polish.
We hope you enjoy our brand new and free language courses. Stay tuned, new languages will be added very soon!
Elveda and do widzenia (‘goodbye’ in Turkish and Polish)!