A World of Languages
I have always been fascinated with other cultures, especially their languages. I learned some Spanish and French in school, and even picked up a few Swahili words while visiting the African animals exhibit at the zoo. When I need to brush up on my vocabulary, I like to check out language learning books at the library and play foreign language games online.
It’s really easy to find resources for popular languages such as Spanish, Italian, French and German, but where do you go if the language you want to learn is more obscure? Digital Dialects, digitaldialects.com, offers basic vocabulary games for 60 different languages, from Afrikaans to Zazaki. Many of the games include audio so you can hear how the words and phrases should sound. Try saying the words out loud as you play.
If you want to expand your vocabulary or check out even more language options, visit Learn Languages at mylanguages.org. This site covers 95 foreign languages and has tips to help you learn any of them.
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