Russian Flashcards is a free site that you can sign up for to help improve your Russian Language skills. If you sign up, you will receive flashcards and tests, words and sentences in an mp3 format, daily sentences and words via email (you can opt out of this feature when you sign up), and learn daily vernacular in Russian. There is also a premium service that you can pay for to get more resources.
To learn more or to sign up for a free account, click on the link below:
ProVoc is a free software for Mac that allows for you to create lessons to study vocabulary. You can create traditional flashcards to study your vocab or you can enhance them by adding audio or using a fill in the blank question style (by typing) to study your vocab for a language. What I also like about it is that if you type the wrong word but it is actually in your vocab, it will give you that hint. You are also able to include video and images into your study lessons too. You can print flash cards, share your lessons or download vocab lessons, and also play your lessons on an iPod. The one drawback to this software is that it is Mac only. The design is intuitive and has a great layout for learning. To learn more, click on the link below:
"Swedish-Flashcards.com is a fast-loading, useful site for Swedish learners to manage and practice vocabulary lists (words and sentences). There are many existing word and sentence lists created by other users that you can snag and use right away. You can also create your own lists and sentences on-the-fly and test yourself until you know them all. As a result, this resource works for Swedish students of all levels, beginner to advanced. The self-testing is done via built-in flashcard software that you control.
The website has an integrated dictionary that gives explanations of terms and includes examples of how these are used in real sentences. In addition, when you view a sentence, you can scroll over the words and view annotations. NB: You can copy and paste any Swedish text you want into the site’s Text Analyzer and it provides you with what you see below (see grey scroll-over pop-up in image for glosses)."(text by freelanguage.org).
Links to flashcards and Freelangauge.org blog: