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Grimm German Grammar

From the University of Texas, Grimm Grammar uses classic Grimm Fairy Tales updated for the 21st century.  From the about page of the site: The primary audience for Grimm Grammar is the beginning language learner.  Each part of speech – … Continue reading

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Google Scholar Alerts

Google Scholar has added alerts to the service. Now you can create search queries for your research interest and Google will e-mail you when new articles appear that match your search. More information can be found on the Google Scholar … Continue reading

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Images for Language Instruction

The Realia Project is an online searchable source of royalty-free, faculty-reviewed images for use as teaching materials in the foreign language classroom. Realia – Rich Electronic Archive for Language Instruction Anywhere

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Free Language Learning Resources

A website called UniLang offers free language resources for a large number of languages. You can also view resources by the type (video, flashcards, audio, courses, games, etc.). Some of the videos are hosted on public places like YouTube, but … Continue reading

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British Library 19th Century fiction on Kindle

The British Library is planning to offer 19th Century first editions for free download targeted toward use on the Amazon Kindle. 65,000 rare first editions of 19th Century fiction should be available for the public this spring.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/booknews/7181012/British-Library-to-offer-19th-Century-first-editions-for-free-download-on-Amazon-Kindle.html

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