The limits of my language mean the limits of my world.
-- conjugations galore
-- a very nice set of tutorials on languages and linguistics
TravLang's Translating Dictionaries
Homework Help at about.com
-- with resources for several languages. They are awesome.
is published in several languages.
Learning Languages other than English
-- courtesy of F. X. Micheloud
-- a guide to writing systems
-- where you can also find links to sites concerning grammar, punctuation, style, writing, etc.
-- a huge English language and literature reference
The Literature Network
has some more literature.
The Internet Grammar of English
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab
The Online English Grammar
English Grammar Resource
is exceptionally well done.
Tex's French Reference Grammar
-- "a French grammar Texas style." Quite good.
A French tutorial
John Walker's resources for
Some French classics
The German Electronic Textbook
at The College of William and Mary
The Internet Handbook of German Grammar
-- the very useful homepage of my first German textbook
An Interactive Online Reference Grammar
is quite good.
-- which only works for Windows and Mac, and you need to download their fonts
Learn the Russian alphabet
, and with a little
has great resources for beginners.
Russian Language Mentor
-- If you already know some Russian, this is a good place for practice.
A picture dictionary
Good places to start:
is a new site for learning Esperanto. Exceptionally well done.
Free Esperanto Course
-- Learn Esperanto on the web, for free, with a tutor. I would recommend that beginners take the FEC even if they're using
La TTT-ejo de Bertilo
contains more advanced material.
has a lot of stuff about Esperanto.
is the Esperantist's ticket to cheap world travel.
A rather large vocabulary list
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Last update: 2012-10-08