e-books in Foreign Languages category
by Elena Martin-monje, Elena Bercena - De Gruyter Open , 2015
Language MOOCs are dedicated Web-based online courses for second languages with unrestricted access and potentially unlimited participation. This book presents an initial analysis of issues underlying LMOOCs and presents evidence of their potential.
by Francois Gouin - G. Philip & Son , 1894
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.
- Defense Language Institute , 1985
FSI Courses are language courses developed by the Foreign Service Institute and were primarily intended for US government employees. This courses are very intense to let a learner achieve proficiency as fast and as efficient as possible.
by Lina Gomaa - Portland State University , 2015
This book is for students who have studied Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) for one year or more and would like to learn colloquial Arabic basics using their knowledge of MSA. It aims at transitioning learners from Novice Mid level to Intermediate Low.
by Karen Kelton, Nancy Guilloteau, Carl Blyth - COERLL , 2011
Francais interactif, used by students, teachers and institutions throughout the world, includes vocabulary lists, phonetic lessons, grammar lessons with self-correcting exercises and audio dialogues, online grammar tools and diagnostic grammar tests.
by Orlando Kelm - The University of Texas at Austin , 2013
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.
- Wikibooks , 2015
Punjabi, a language of the Indo-European family, is native to the Punjab region. It is spoken internationally by 125 million people and is the 10. most widely spoken language in the world. This book will help readers learn this fascinating language.
by Elizabeth V. Hume, Peter W. Culicover - Ohio State University Press , 2010
This book systematically explores all the aspects of language central to second language learning: the sounds of language, the different grammatical structures, the social functions of communication, and the psychology of language learning and use.
by George McAllister - Wikibooks , 2011
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.
by Obolensky, Sapountzis, Sapountzis - Wikibooks , 2011
The Greek language is one of the oldest written languages in the world, and Greek literary culture extends back even past the invention of writing, to the time of Homer. Greek is spelled mostly phonetically and the alphabet is very easy to learn.
- Wikibooks , 2011
Congratulations on your decision to start learning Hangeul, the Korean script! You will see that being able to read Korean will baffle your friends and enrich your life. Also, you will no longer be completely illiterate when travelling to Korea.
by Pauline Mandari - Feedbooks , 2011
An informative guide on how to speak modern Swahili written by native speaker. Learn to speak Swahili that is spoken by many people right now. The book contains greetings, colors, telling time, people, numbers, animals, food and simple conversations.
by Helen Fryer - Project Gutenberg , 2005
This book will help those who, having forgotten the lessons in grammar which they received at school, find some difficulty in learning Esperanto from the existing textbooks. It will be useful not only for solitary students, but also for class work.
- Wikibooks , 2011
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.
by George Cox - ManyBooks , 1939
This textbook is an early compilation of the works so far on Esperanto, with a look at and commentaries to the alphabet and grammar of the language. The International Auxiliary Language Esperanto: Grammar and Commentary was first publishrd in 1939.
by Lloyd B. Swift, Selman Agrali - fsi-language-courses.org , 1970
This is an introduction to spoken Turkish in that it includes the major patterns of simple sentences and a vocabulary of about 475 high frequency items. The text is designed for use in classes taught by native-speaking language instructors.
by Bernd Sebastian Kamps - Flying Publisher , 2010
How long does it take to learn another language? How many words do we need to learn? Are languages within the reach of everybody? These are some of the questions you ask yourself when you start learning a new language. This book provides the answers.
by Young-A Cho, In-Jung Cho, Douglas Ling - Monash University , 2010
The book is primarily written for a Korean language university course for beginners, but it may be used in other settings including self-study. This is an introduction to contemporary Korean, with an emphasis on spoken usage for everyday situations.
by J. G. Hava - Catholic Press , 1899
The aim of the authors, in publishing the present work, has been to meet the want of a classical Arabic-English Dictionary, which while comprehensive, yet might be handy enough for practical use amongst the students of Arabic literature and poetry.
by Henry Carr Pearson - American Book Company , 1905
This book is designed to prepare pupils in a thorough fashion to read Caesar's Gallic War. The first seventy lessons contain the minimum of what a pupil should know before he is ready to read Latin with any degree of intelligence and satisfaction.
by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge - Ginn and Company , 1911
To make the course preparatory to Caesar at the same time systematic, thorough, clear, and interesting is the purpose of this series of lessons. The vocabulary has been selected with the greatest care, there are about six hundred words.
- FluentU , 2015
What's the best way to soak up a foreign language in the shortest amount of time? Immersion. There are so many useful ways, tools and tricks to immerse yourself in a foreign language right now, no matter where you currently live.
by Robert Horning, at al. - Wikibooks , 2006
A basic introduction for 8-12 years old kids to learn about different languages around the world. The text covers a large variety of languages rather than studying any particular language in depth. The goal is to provide some basic language skills.
- Wikibooks , 2006
Chinese is the most common language in the world: about one-fifth of the world speaks it as its native language. This textbook will assume that you have no prior knowledge of Chinese, but are willing to take Chinese as a serious subject of study.
- Wikibooks , 2008
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.