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Last Updated: Oct 18, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Chinese Quick Link

French Quick Link

Japanese Quick Link

Latin Quick Link


5 strange languages still spoken today


5 techniques to speak any language

General Language Links

  • Ten Foreign Language Study Tips
    Learning a foreign language takes time and a lot of practice. Here are some language- learning pointers that may help you as you learn a new language (from Wollongong University website).
  • BBC Languages
    BBC Languages Homepage. This site has links to Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish etc resourses to assist learning.
  • Digital Dialects
    The Digital Dialects website features free to use online games for learning languages. Language resources include games for learning phrases, numbers, useful words, spelling, verb conjugation and alphabets. Games use Macromedia Flash Player.
  • Forvo
    the pronunciation guide. All the words in the world pronounced.
  • Language Resources - The Guardian UK
    Articles relevant to learning another language (French, German, Italian, Spanish).
  • Languages NSW
    Run by the NSW Government this site pulls together lots of teaching and learning resources for a variety of languages.
  • Languages Online
    Free resources for teachers and students. Includes interactive tasks, games, downloads.
  • Pictolang
    Games with authentic imagery to assist language learning. Lots of different languages to choose from.
  • WIkibabel
    Wikibabel offers free lessons for learning any languages.
    Our lessons are recorded by native speakers. You can listen to them online, or download to your portable music player (yes, that's your iPod) and enjoy later.

The Top 3 iPad Apps for learning a new language.

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Truth About Studying a Foreign Language

Truth on Studying a Foreign Language – An infographic by Vladimir Bestic

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