Thursday, May 21, 2009

Voice of America (VOA) special English

A good way for improving listening skills is tunning to a native radio station. Althoguh, it's is difficult to understand real English from a native broadcasting.

VOA special English helps listeners to learn American English while they learn about American life and stay informed about world news and developments in science.

As they quote the goal is to communicate by radio in clear and simple English with people whose native language was not English.

Hence, VOA special English is a excellent tool to listen real English for a poeple who study the language and are not fluent. It offers, audio and video news and features about the USA and the world.

VOA special English:

Monday, May 11, 2009

Aploosh, videos to learn Japanese

Thanks to websites like Youtube, a student of any language can find videos to learn and practise languages. Aploosh is a youtube channel with a colection of funny videos to learn Japanese.

Here's the first lesson "I'm Yan"


Friday, May 1, 2009

Toronto in Babelan

Babelan has added a new city to offer and find languages exchanges, classes and translations services. The new city is Toronto. Currently, the list of cities in Babelan is as follows:
The most outstanding new feature in the Babelan site is the Global language exchange (messenger, e-mail, voice, chat, skype, webcam, msn) area. This is where you can find native people to practice your target language from home, just with your e-mail, messenger or voice software. It could be any language Russian, English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, French, German, Hungarian, Turkish, Polish, Italian, Arabic, Greek, Czech or Korean.
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