The Master List of Resources

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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby MiaLaGagoo » Fri Sep 15, 2017 3:38 pm

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It's text chat but at a higher level than other chat solution. Members create quality discussions and members can reply via text chat. There are tonnes of public discussions.
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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby DaveBee » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:19 pm


Drp9341 mentioned using a Hurra series textbook for a Polish as a foreign language course in Warsaw.
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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby rdearman » Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:55 pm

I came here confidently to find a link for a new member who is studying English to find resources. But it appears we don't have English resources? :)
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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby Speakeasy » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:14 pm

The question of English Resources has come up a couple of times, most often with respect to specific languages ...

Recommendation Request for English Course (For Speakers of Spanish)

English for Arabic Speakers

Recommended EFL resources for Russians

Intermediate - Upper-Intermediate English Resources

I conducted a quick G-Search of the HTLAL using "English Resources" as my criterion and, while a number of threads popped up, they did not contain any useful information. I suspect that language-learning forums that function in languages other than English contain lists of resources proper to those specific languages, n'est-ce pas, nicht wahr, verdad, et cetera?
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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby Soffía » Sat Dec 30, 2017 1:37 pm

Thanks for collecting these! I've made a start on a list of Icelandic resources: ... =19&t=7451

(Also, word to the wise, but Greenlandic isn't a Germanic language...)
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Re: The Master List of Resources

Postby reineke » Sun Dec 31, 2017 6:48 am

Qujanaq (I think). Icelandic was already in the list, btw. I've fished out other lists of resources and conversations that may serve as resources that were never reported in this thread. Feel free to contribute links to new lists of resources here. Zhuzilu, Till, Radioclare, zenmonkey (and Soffia) did a great job sharing their resources. If you contribute a link, it's "pegged" even if it's not included in the first post. Please don't crowd this thread asking about resources for this or that language. Feel free to do as you please but results may vary:

Persian resources ... ces#p39208

For the same reason, if you use this space to share links to a single website, the thread will quickly become cluttered. Instead, try putting together your own list and invite other board members to participate. After you've created a decent list, post a link to it here. If you've already posted here asking for stuff you may edit the post and include a link to your new resource there especially since you've captured the prime real estate on the first page.

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