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probably the lingodeer app. i haven't used it in a while but when i was using it it was pretty effective. also the drops app was also pretty good for the little time i used it. don't really know websites per se, im mostly depending on apps and textbooks.
 

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90 Day Korean is a really helpful website for learning Korean as is Hyo & Dom.
One of the best dictionaries to use is the Naver Dictionary app. Naver is like the Google of Korea so it's super reliable. It's what all my Korean professors at school use.
 
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Duolingo is a great website to use; Memrise is as well although I'm not on it that often anymore XD Duolingo learns the alphabet (If you're a beginner) first and Memrise learns a bit of word before going straight to the letters. Occasionally, switching them around can help a lot!
 

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Duolingo? I don't really use websites I usually read books or ask my Korean friend
 

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Duolingo is a great website to use; Memrise is as well although I'm not on it that often anymore XD Duolingo learns the alphabet (If you're a beginner) first and Memrise learns a bit of word before going straight to the letters. Occasionally, switching them around can help a lot!
I looked at the Duolingo Korean section and it is pretty outdated and unreliable. It may be good for other languages but, Korean isn't a good one from that site.

Sorry if I caused any offense. I just wanted to clear that up.
 
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I like to use an app called Drops and another one called Patchim Training! They're both really good ways to learn, but if you want to learn from a native speaker, I suggest using HelloTalk!
 
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I looked at the Dueling Korean section and it is pretty outdated and unreliable. It may be good for other languages but, Korean isn't a good one from that site.

Sorry if I caused any offense. I just wanted to clear that up.
Oh no it's fine! I kinda get it cause the words were different from the basics I've known; it was a bit different from other sources although I can understand what it meant.
 
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<div class="bbWrapper"><div style="text-align: center">I use an online course called &quot;Korean Class 101&quot;&#8203;</div></div>
 

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