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One Minute Japanese One Minute Japanese provides an introduction to basic Japanese. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to Japan. Your efforts are guaranteed to make a good impression on people you meet. The phrases included in this course have been specially chosen to help the learner make fast progress on the basics of Japanese, with each new episode building on previously-learned knowledge. Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium pack in our store. The table below provides further details about the features of the premium edition of One Minute Japanese.
Verbling: Online language classes and private tutoring Download free native-spoken podcasts & MP3s in any language Every Monday I send out an e-mail to the Language Hacking League (you can sign up on the right of the site) with a language hack or interesting website, as well as more precise updates regarding my own language missions. This particular tip got a great response from people last week, so I’ll share it on the blog too. It’s very easy, and yet overlooked by many people when looking for content in the target language. iTunes – not just for people with iPods, but don’t search for the language name iTunes is a free installation and you can sign up for a free account to download podcasts about a range of topics. When in iTunes, go to iTunes store and you will see a podcasts option. My suggestion is quite different. The iTunes store interface is suddenly translated to your target language, so going any further is much easier if your level is intermediate or above. When it has downloaded, transfer it to your MP3 player and enjoy! International radio station podcasts LingQ library
A Base Vocabulary List for any language Your Base Vocabulary: The first ~625 words [Author's note: Behold, the new, improved list:] Check these out at the Word Lists page! Your Base Vocabulary: Your first 625 words This is a new, improved version of an older list of 400 words. I’ve culled this list from the General Service List and Wordfrequency.info - two well-made frequency lists for English. I’ve also begun a project to get this list professionally translated into a bunch of languages. How to use this list: Pronunciation (in general): Learn your pronunciation rules. The List(s) A quick note about order I’m providing this list in two formats: a thematic list and an alphabetical list. The thematic list is friendly: you’ll see lists of animals, types of clothing, professions, etc. Thematic lists are nice ways to organize words, but I’m going to suggest that you avoid them when you actually sit down to learn your words, and use an alphabetical list instead. Order is important. Your First 625 Words (in Thematic Order, with notes):
Urban Dictionary, January 25: Turdulence One Minute Greek One Minute Greek provides an introduction to basic Greek. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to Greece or other Greek-speaking areas. Your efforts are guaranteed to make a good impression on people you meet. The phrases included in this course have been specially chosen to help the learner make fast progress on the basics of Greek, with each new episode building on previously-learned knowledge. By the way, the Greek phrase on the image above actually means “it’s Chinese to me” – that’s what you say in Greek! Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium pack in our store.