@readlang definitely, sorry think my comment came across wrong, but meant to say that the way you use it for the singular words when the native context is visible makes sense. It was disturbing to see the way he translated a whole sentence as if that was the normal way to use Readlang. .epub is the file format that ReadLang accepts; normally you’ll have a .pdf file, and you can easily convert pdf –> epub using Calibre, a free program. I've heard that Lingq has recently improved this too (before, the only way to add in a book would have been to chop it into lots of small pieces, and copy it in). To sweeten this recommendation even more, the platform is completely FREE to use! Readlang is a truly wonderful, clean, well-designed, product that will speed up your reading practice allowing you to access and enjoy native content on your favourite topics. I prefer Readlang, due to the option to easily import whole ebooks with a few clicks. If you get stuck, try forking the this repo containing the Fill in the Blanks! Again, you can check it out at ReadLang.com. So I don't need to contact the developer. The ease of using Readlang to look up words often leads to learners clicking every other word, making these reading activities less meaningful. Otherwise, I think they work similarly. This had me spooked since: It is not mandatory for you to make an account on ReadLang, but you find that using this website will benefit your students, you can click here to make a free account- all that is needed is an email or a Google+ account. Readlang is a webapp and Chrome extension that helps you learn by translating web sites and creating flashcards and word lists for you. This is a wonderful little tool, largely in its simplicity and ease of use. (There are also websites that make these conversions, I’m sure, but I’ve been using Calibre for years and it’s a … I'm not sure if I will continue to make great I would normally translate single words and occasionally phrases of up to 4 words or so. Note that readlang.js has dependencies on jQuery and underscore.js. It does precisely what a ton of people have wanted for years now and nothing more, it merely does that and does it well. Yes. Before the lesson. Upvote Share 5 years ago game and working from that. I wish him well. I recommend using readlang.js to make all API calls, that way you don't need to worry about the OAuth 2.0 authentication. And, anyway, FWIW, the developer is on hiatus from Readlang in order to put food on his table. Why I thought Readlang was using Google Translate I can't explain. What are some ways that I can use ReadLang in and out of the classroom? 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