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   Histopia Online Dictionaries
Afrikaans Danish Dutch Finnish French Hungarian Indonesian Italian Japanese Latin Norwegian Portuguese Russian Spanish Swahili Swedish
URL: http://www.histopia.nl/onldict
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   Call language resources
Links to resources for about 75 languages.
URL: http://call.lingnet.org/resource/language/language.htm
   Say Hello to the World Project [Internet Public Library]
Learn how to say hello in over 25 world languages! Sponsored by the Internet Public Library, this site provides Real Audio sound files for each language, plus links to relevant language and country resources.
URL: http://www.ipl.org/youth/hello/
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   Awesome Library language page [Awesome Library]
Links to many different language resources on the internet.
URL: http://www.neat-schoolhouse.org/Classroom/English/Languages/Languages.html
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   Translator' Site du Jour
URL: http://home.ncia.com/~slarsson/sitejour.html
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   Numbers in 10000 Languages
Numbers from 1 to 10 in 10,000 languages
URL: http://www.zompist.com/numbers.shtml
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   Foreign Language News and Newspapers [MIT Library]
URL: http://libraries.mit.edu/humanities/flnews
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   Zee Williams' Language Miniatures
Mini-essays about human language in its endless kaleidoscope of aspects, such as the social, the mental, the historical, the structural.
URL: http://home.bluemarble.net/~langmin/
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   Language Materials Project Index
Find learning resources for less commonly taught languages in the world. Of see the institutions where they are taught.
URL: http://www.lmp.ucla.edu
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   Albert's Top 200 Translation Links
Translator Albert Rieger presents his favorites - a useful collection.
URL: http://www.sirius.com/~arrieger/links.html
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   All dictionaries - All languages
Quite the collection of dictionaries, with search capabilities on the page and links to what looks like every language dictionary on the Web.
URL: http://www.gallery.uunet.be/internetpress/diction.htm
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   Sounds of the World's Animals
Animals make much the same sounds around the world, but each language expresses them differently.
URL: http://www.georgetown.edu/cball/animals/animals.html
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   A Web of On-line Grammars
This page maintains links with on-line grammars of as many languages as can be found on the Web. It includes all types of grammars: reference grammars, learning grammars, and historical grammars.
URL: http://www.facstaff.bucknell.edu/rbeard/grammars.html
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   ¬Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Many Languages
URL: http://www.marskandiser.com/ChristmasLanguage.html
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   Language codes
List of +400 three letter language identification tags. ISO/FDIS 639-2, from the technical committee / subcommittee TC 37 / SC 2,
URL: http://www.freeamp.org/id3/iso639-2.html
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   Vocabulary.com
At Vocabulary University, learning English vocabulary is a life-long adventure. This educational site offers word puzzle contests to help you increase your vocabulary.
URL: http://www.vocabulary.com
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   TravLang: Foreign Languages for Travelers
TravLang's site contains language information for seventy languages including translation aids, learning aids, dictionaries, and links. Take a tour of the world and learn words from many countries!
URL: http://www.travlang.com/languages
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   Language-Learning.net
International WHERE+HOW, longtime publisher of Guides to Language Centres, has launched an online successor, providing free access to "the most comprehensive language schools directory online." The heart of the site is the Language Course Finder, a database of over 6,000 schools in 80 countries teaching 70 languages.
URL: http://www.language-learning.net
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   International Collection of Tongue Twisters
The world's largest collection of tongue twisters!...With 2003 entries in 87 languages...
URL: http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/index.htm
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   International Phonetic Alphabet
This list contains the principal sounds of standard British English (the pronunciation associated with southern England which is often called Received Pronunciation).
URL: http://www.worldwidewords.org/pronguide.htm
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   Translations of the campaign pages
Translations of a website into many different languages.
URL: http://www.anybrowser.org/campaign/ablinks.html#translations
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   Internet Picture Dictionary [flashcards]
Picture Dictionary for English, German, Italian, French, and Spanish. Good for learning new foreign language words.
URL: http://www.pdictionary.com/
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   WannaLearn.com
Good links to foreign language learning resources. About 30 languages.
URL: http://www.wannalearn.com/Academic_Subjects/World_Languages/
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   Language abbreviations codes
Key to codes used in the language abbreviation field (\XXX) AAA GHOTUO AAB ARUM-CHESSU AAC
URL: http://www.skepticfiles.org/faq/lngcodes.htm
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   Language Links
AltaVista Translation Service Anagram Server Encyclopaedia Britannica - main language entry Classification of Languages
URL: http://www.vcpc.univie.ac.at/~ian/hotlist/personal/language.html
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   Say Hello, Thank-you and Goodbye all over the world
Afrikaans: Hallo Albanian: Mirdita Arabic: Ahalan Armenian: Parev Asturian hola Azerbaijani: - Salam, Salam lykm. Basque: Kaixo Bengali: Ei Je Bosnian: Zdravo Breton: Demat, salud dit Bulgarian: Zdravei/Zdrasti Catalan: Hola Chinese: Nihao
URL: http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Gorge/1066/525hello.html
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   Languages with more than 30,000,000 Speakers in 1993
Of the 40 languages listed, no less than 18 are spoken in India (including Pakistan and Bangladesh) or China. Of the remaining 22 languages, 9 are European in origin, 3 were in the ancient cultural sphere of influence of China (Japanese, Korean, & Vietnamese), 7 are in the cultural sphere of influence of Islm (Arabic, Persian, Malay, Javanese, Turkish, Swahili, & Hausa -- not to mention Urdu, already counted in India), 2 were in the ancient cultural sphere of India (Burmese and Thai-Lao -- and as was Javanese before the advent of Islm), and the remaining one, Tagalog, was culturally isolated, in the Philippines, until the arrival of the Spanish. The white spaces on the map below, mainly in Africa, simply mean that the local languages, like Tagalog, are not classified in the cultural spheres of India, China, Europe, or Islm.
URL: http://www.friesian.com/upan.htm
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   NoSlang.com Internet Slang Dictionary Internet Slang Dictionary & Translator
Confused by internet slang? Can't read a text message? Translate internet slang and acronyms.
URL: http://www.noslang.com

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