The Art of Teaching and Studying Languages
by Francois Gouin
Publisher: G. Philip & Son 1894
Number of pages: 440
This work is primarily an investigation into the psychological laws underlying the universal act of learning the mother-tongue by the little child, and, springing therefrom, the exposition of an artificial system of teaching foreign languages -- a system which produces peculiarly successful results and endows the learner with the gift for languages.
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by Orlando Kelm - The University of Texas at Austin
Designed to help intermediate and advanced-level learners of Portuguese to analyze the way that Brazilians really talk and improve in their own proficiency. This textbook provides a hardcopy of all of the online materials, including translations.
by George McAllister - Wikibooks
At one time, all well-educated men (and they were almost always men) were expected to have at least a passing familiarity with Classical Greek. This text serves as an introduction to Classical Greek, appropriate for a first year course.
An elementary Latin course accompanied with a detailed grammar designed to introduce one to the world of classical languages. A basic understanding of grammatical terminology would be helpful. The book teaches Latin from the ground up.
Dutch (Nederlands) is a member of the western group of the Germanic languages. English and Dutch are closely related languages and share many words that are very similar. There are many sound files embedded in this course.