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Here’s how you can learn any new language for just $20

A lifetime subscription to uTalk provides comprehensive training in a language of your choice.
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October 11, 2017
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The world is a seemingly smaller and more connected place thanks to the internet and modern technology, so it's more valuable than ever to be multilingual. However, unless you're in school, it can be hard to find affordable, quality language instruction that you can take on your own time.

That's where uTalk comes in—they offer extensive, practical training in more than 130 languages, which you can access from any device at any time. Right now, you can get lifetime access to the language training of your choice for just $19.99—nearly 70 percent off its retail value.

uTalk starts with practical vocabulary words, so rather than drilling arbitrarily through cafeteria food items and animal names, everything you learn in uTalk will help you start having real conversations as quickly as possible. To pick up the nuances of casual speech, you'll study vocal samples of native speakers, and test your own pronunciation abilities with their voice-recognition features. You can solidify your knowledge with interactive speaking games, and easily track your progress over time. Since everything gets saved to your account, it's easy to pick up where you left off on any device.

uTalk is available for over 130 different languages—so you aren't limited to the same choices you had in high school. A lifetime subscription to uTalk Language Education usually goes for $65, but you can get it today for just $19.99. You can also get six languages for $29.99, 12 for $49.99, or 24 for $99.99. This offer won't last long so grab yours today.

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