Digital Dialects

There are times you have to sit in front of the computer-waiting for something like an e-mail- but you cannot find anything useful to do and you just kill your time on Facebook or Twitter, looking at 500 photos of one of your friends 🙂 It happens to me a lot, that’s why I bookmark the useful websites and blogs that I come across on internet. You wouldn’t believe when you hear how many websites there are that can teach you any language at the basic level. I discovered one and I immediately bookmarked it 🙂 I also recommend you to do so. There are some language exercises with audio feature as well, such as Turkish 🙂 You can also test yourself with plays after learning 15-20 new words. I hope you enjoy this website.

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6 responses to this post.

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  3. Posted by italkyoutalklanguages on March 29, 2012 at 15:19

    Reblogged this on i talk you talk…languages and commented:
    This is a great find!


  4. Posted by fdawei on April 3, 2012 at 14:59

    Muge, many thanks for this. You certainly have interesting sites to recommend.


  5. Posted by Miriam on April 21, 2012 at 04:21

    Any good companies out there willing to hire a new freelance Spanish speaking interpreter coming into this industry?



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