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Takra jenai
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http://www.scola.org/InstaClass.aspx

Postby Takra jenai » Mon Jul 27, 2015 2:18 pm

While exploring Pashto links, I came across this
http://www.scola.org/InstaClass.aspx

They're short, about five minutes long, video clips of TV news, originally broadcast for native speakers.
A full transcript, a translation into English, and a vocabulary list are included.
You can download everything.
They give a free trial access too.
They seem to be adding one new episode a week for a language.

The following languages are covered:
(number) means how many episodes there are there.

Language
Amharic (293)
Arabic-Al-Jazeera (501)
Arabic-Egyptian (163)
Arabic-Iraqi (162)
Arabic-Levantine (163)
Arabic-Modern Standard (508)
Arabic-Yemeni (211)
Azerbaijani (214)
Balochi (214)
Belarusian (292)
Bengali (292)
Bosnian (292)
Burmese (288)
Chinese-Mandarin (455)
Czech (509)
Dari (477)
English To Chinese (378)
English To Spanish (414)
Farsi (492)
French-African Varieties (318)
French-Canada (256)
French-France (283)
German (514)
Greek (199)
Hebrew (447)
Hindi (463)
Hungarian (300)
Indonesian (473)
Italian (512)
Japanese (465)
Korean (489)
Korean-North Korean (302)
Kurdish-Sorani (450)
Kyrgyz (501)
Mongolian (293)
Pashto (317)
Polish (360)
Portuguese (512)
Punjabi (297)
Russian (516)
Serbian (451)
Somali (210)
Spanish (806)
Swahili (294)
Tagalog (403)
Tajik (456)
Thai (514)
Turkish (494)
Urdu (504)
Uzbek (404)
Vietnamese (504)
Vietnamese-Southern (147)
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Re: http://www.scola.org/InstaClass.aspx

Postby tastyonions » Mon Jul 27, 2015 2:23 pm

Looks promising at a glance. Thanks for the link!
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