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I saw in the stats that Heise Open published an article in German in which Free Language is mentioned. My unqualified translation based on a machine translation of the sentence that mentions Free Language is:

In what is probably the most extensive list of language resources, one manages to find some CC-licensed goodies, for example the excellent idea of a vocab trainer for Chinese Hanzi characters - for mobile phones.

Cool! We are certainly doing everything to move towards such a status.

Read the article in German.
Read the article in English using Google Translation.

I just added a section for learning the Persian language!

Head on over and have a look.

This makes a total of 16 languages on the site!

For quick and easy access to all the resources currently featured on the site, I have created The Big List. You can link to it from the top left main menu bar.

This list has all the resources for which there are proper front page articles. Blog entries are not included here!

Hope you like the fast linkage...

The Big List

As I get more and more into learning languages and blog about it at Freestyle Language, I become more and more interested in tips, tricks and guides for learning foreign languages.

Recently, I have put together a short list of solid resources in this department and wanted to share them with folks here.

How to Learn Foreign Languages on Omniglot.com
Guide to Learning Languages from How-to-Learn-Any-Language.com
10 Tips for Language Learning Success on VistaWide.com
Success Starts Here on BBC Languages
Language Learning Tips from AskOxford.com

There are plenty of suggestions, ideas, theories, ways, manners, plans, visions and insights at the links above for anyone interested in better, more effective and longer-lasting language-learning flavor.

I wanted to throw up a link to a predefined search for "language" on content4reprint.com.

This search yields a bundle of articles pertaining to language, such as 8 Reasons To Learn A New Language and The Advantages of Learning a Foreign Language.

We are now up to 11 podcasts for learning English!

There are so many more, and we'll keep posting them here.

Just came across a blog post considering six widespread world languages to learn.

From Blog Post

There is debate about which languages to learn, these six would be a good start of the 6812 or so languages out there to be annoyed you cannot understand.

I really need to stop reading the Wikipedia.org online Encyclopedia as it is amazing how little I know about the plant earth. Yesterday, I was all excited browsing around on the Francophone page and thinking about Anglophone and Anglosphere and all sorts of fun maps and things, when I ran across what the United Nations considers the Six Official Languages

Read more at HoboTraveler.com

Just came across a website with a list of how to say "cat" in 60 different languages!

FYI: I just named my new cat "Popoki", after the Hawaiian word for cat. I call her Poki for short, but that's just too much information about my feline friend.

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