- Learn Languages free and online with
Vocabulix mprove your vocabulary skills in various foreign languages, online and free!
- Say Hello to the World
Guess how many languages you'd have to know to say "Hello" to everyone in the world? Visit this
page to find out. Choose a language and say "Aloha!"
- Translation Booth!
- Big Myth
This site uses Shockwave technology to tell creation stories from around the
world. Students can read along as they listen to stories told in either
English or Dutch. Support materials for each pantheon direct students to
further inquiry. The stories are appropriate for many grade levels and
varying fluency in English. This site is an *outstanding* example of using
new technology for education!****
- Bi-lingual English/Spanish site for children and parents with Internet
safety tips and guidelines for newcomers; an e-pals feature; geography
education; games; cartoons; and more...
- Empirical Linguistics Atlas Page
Languages of the World
- Foreign Language
Teaching Forum is an integrated service for FL teachers including this WWW
Page, the email (FLTEACH@listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu) LISTSERV Academic Discussion
List, and the FLTEACH Gopher at the State University of New York College at
Cortland. FLTEACH was founded in February 1994 and runs on a computer at SUNY
Buffalo though the moderators, Jean LeLoup & Bob Ponterio, both teach at SUNY
Cortland. Our topic is foreign language teaching methods including school/college
articulation, training of student teachers, classroom activities, curriculum, and
syllabus design. Students in teacher training programs, teachers both new and
experienced, administrators, and other professionals interested in any aspect of
foreign language teaching are invited to participate in our discussions.
- Free Translation is an easy-to-use site for rapid translations where you can get the "gist" of foreign language text and web pages.
- Free Website Translation from Applied Language
- Free Translation from Applied Language
- French Language Course
This French course will help you understand written French newspapers, articles, magazines,
signs on the road in France, and to write a letter to a French friend.
- Google Language Tools
- Language Acquisition Center U of Texas
- Language Guide.org
Are you learning English, Espa˝ol, Franšais, Deutsch, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Hebrew, or
Hindi? Place your cursor over any of the images and hear their names pronounced and see them
- Learn Spanish
Check out the vocabulary lists, including 50 useful expressions, 100 of the most frequently
used verbs, and almost all the things you can find in a house!
Links ****!! This is fantastic!
- Linguistic Funland
- Living Languages of the Americas attempts to
document the variety and the distribution of one of the most important aspects of the immense
cultural heritage of the western hemisphere. The Summer Institute of Linguistics, since its
inception in 1934, has sought to make more available to the academic world, to governments and
to the general public, infor- mation and analyses by which the linguistic diversity of our
respective nations may be more fully appreciated.
- Mandarin - English Course Learn Mandarin.
- Modern Language Association Language map
- National Capital Language Resource Center @ Georgetown Univ
- Ohio U FL
- Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Students can click on a link and listen to spoken (American) English. A
quiz helps them focus on what they hear, and written transcripts are
available. Each lesson contains pre-listening and post-listening
- The Rosetta Project: http://www.rosettaproject.org
In only a century's time, over half of all existing languages will have
completely disappeared. Many of these languages have neither written
grammars, nor pronunciation guides in audio format. When these materials do
exist, they are often out of print and very hard to locate. The Rosetta
Project is mainly interested in the preservation of existing languages and
especially those on the decline. This resource lists over 1,000 active
languages and gives detailed descriptions, origin and current distribution of
languages, numbers of speakers, families, typologies, histories, etc. It is a
great resource to all those interested in language.
- Spanish class from Miss
- Spanish-English Dictionary
- Spanish Links
College lang lab
- The Ultimate Hispanic Experience - a Bilingual
Portal offering content and services to the Hispanic Community.
- Univ of Arkansas Lang Learning Center
- Univ of Cincinnati Lang Lab
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