Top 25 Language YouTube Channels 2017


There is no more interactive and fun way to learn languages than watching videos! The Top 25 Youtube Channels brings you the most enthusiastic polyglots who are vlogging about their passion for languages and sharing ideas on how to best choose your learning method, what the best foreign movies are, how to improve your pronunciation and much more! Have a look at last year's list here.

Make sure to check out the Top 100 for each category as well:

  • 1. Español Automático

    Karo teaches Spanish on YouTube with her fun and educational podcasts. The topics range from grammar and vocabulary to idioms, culture and motivational tips.

  • 2. Learn Dutch with Bart de Pau

    Videos to learn Dutch with the focus on vocabulary, proverbs and false friends.

  • 3. Fale em Japonês

    Sarah is a Brazilian young woman and a fun Japanese teacher. Her videos explain in detail the wonders of the Japanese grammar to Portuguese speakers.

  • 4. Misterduncan

    MisterDuncan teaches English to eager learners all over the world.

  • 5. O Alemão

    A young German guy teaches German in Portuguese and talks about his trips to Brazil.

  • 6. Learn German with Herr Antrim

    Herr Antrim's German language learning channel is a wonderful resource to learn German easily.

  • 7. Learn Italian with Lucrezia

    Are you ready to learn Italian? Check Lucrezia's tips and learn Italian with subtitles.

  • 8. SmarterGerman

    Smart and crispy German teaching. Learn the German Grammar in little bits of 3-5 minutes and make use of it a lifetime.

  • 9. E-Dublin Class

    Since 2008 E-Dublin has been the largest reference for exchange students who plan to study, work or live in Ireland.

  • 10. Tu Escuela de Español

    Spanish native teaches her mother tongue through educational videos about grammar, themed vocabulary lessons and pronunciation.

Thanks to everyone that wrote, nominated and voted for these blogs! We hope to see you back on Lexiophiles soon, and look forward to seeing your contributions to the bab.la dictionaries.

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