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English articles/texts I have a question. Does anyone know the websites with English articles or texts where we can see the translation (using English language description of the word) of any an unfamiliar word by just highlighting it or pointed on it an arrow? 
May 17, 2019 12:15 PM
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Hi Ela,
I love to read with Kindle Reader, there is a function called Word Wise, which explaines "difficult" words. I love to read in this way, i stay in the flow of the book and at the same time learning new words.
May 17, 2019

Hi, Ela. On Windows, you can use the Chrome browser and install the "Google dictionary" extension. After that, you can either double-click on any  unknown word to see the meaning, or select + hotkey to see translations of whole phrases.

If you're on a Mac, just tap with two fingers on any word (or force-tap on newer macbooks) and select "look up" from the pop-up menu.

If you're on iOS, long press any word and select "look up" from the pop-up.

May 17, 2019
Thank you for your all suggestions.
May 18, 2019
Hi. There is also a mobile app I use called Flowlingo. It lets you read web contents in your target language and you can translate any word by clicking on it. Plus, it creates flashcards for you to review and make sure you remember the words you translated. Very useful app in my opinion :)
May 17, 2019
Language Skills
English, Polish, Russian
Learning Language
English, Russian