Big Languages’ mission is to make language learning easier and more effective. We do this by using digital technologies to solve typical language learning challenges.
Sarah, the company’s founder, has a background in digital product development, language learning and language teaching. She speaks Spanish and has also studied French, Arabic and German.
In the beginning
Although Big Languages was officially founded in 2017, the company’s first product, Arabic Reading Course, launched in 2010.
While finding it hard to master the Arabic alphabet, Sarah envisaged an online tool that could make learning easier. Arabic Reading Course was born and it soon became one of the most popular online tools for learning to read the Arabic alphabet.
Using chat bots for language learning
In 2016 Sarah started investigating how chat bots could be used to provide new types of services for language learners. The concept of chat bots is still relatively new. They enable people to interact with ‘automated assistants’ through a messaging platform. Today, Big Languages offers two chat bot-based products for English learners – Go Correct and Accent Rosie.
Big Languages’ goals for 2019 are to reach more language learners with these innovative products and continue building the technology behind the products.
If you've decided to apply for a British Council ELTon award and you'd like some guidance for filling in the application form, you're in the right place. Big Languages won the 2019 ELTon award for Digital Innovation for our product Go Correct. We have decided to share...read more
We are delighted that Go Correct, our online platform for English learners, has won a British Council ELTons Award for Digital Innovation. This prestigious award recognises innovation in language teaching. The British Council are a respected name in teaching English...read more
In May 2019, Big Languages' founder Sarah Bromley spoke at the Innovate ELT conference in Barcelona. Her talk was titled ‘Are you a real human?’ Using chat bots for ELT. Innovate ELT is a conference aimed at teachers of English as a foreign language and digital...read more