17 Minute Languages is a language-learning program that uses spaced repetition and native-speaker audio to teach a wide variety of languages. In our opinion, the courses aren’t very engaging; the courses we tried included significant errors and didn’t offer any language-specific explanations. There are leaderboards for comparing your progress with other users and a language forum that’s available after four days of use.
Native speaker audio is the only thing that impressed me in the courses I tried; mistakes and glitches were many.
Explanations are lacking, which I found made some material misleading.
I think there are far better ways to spend your time and money studying a language.
It uses native-speaker audio.
I DON’T LIKE…
I came across several bad translations.
I didn’t find any helpful explanations.
Site navigation wasn’t easy or enjoyable for me.
I didn’t find the exercises engaging.
There are courses in 80 languages.