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Fat-tony
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jiahubooks.co.uk
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Speaks: English*, Spanish, Russian, Esperanto, Thai, Laotian, Urdu, Swedish, French
Studies: Mandarin, Indonesian, Arabic (Written), Armenian, Pali, Burmese

 
 Message 41 of 171
05 December 2009 at 11:23pm | IP Logged 
JLU. I think anyone with a US .gov email can apply for
access.
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platynota
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 Message 42 of 171
06 December 2009 at 1:26am | IP Logged 
Perfect! I appreciate this...I think a family member can help me out with that. And also thank you for sharing those pervious links. I'm checking out GLOSS right now. :)
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emptysilo
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 Message 43 of 171
07 December 2009 at 7:12pm | IP Logged 
I decided to take a look at another course, Haitian Creole and I am surprised at the poor quality of the audio. As I mentioned before, the Indonesian and the Vietnamese courses audio were not perfect but still highly audible (converted from tapes it sounds like). However, big portions of the tapes I previewed for Haitian Creole were sufficiently muffled with a lot of noise, like listening through a wall while in an airplane. I am surprised that anyone would produced much less release audio of this quality. Some files are usable, but some are not. I have tried to use audacity to remove the noise and it can, but I don't think it can unmuffle voices and I think the noise removal only adds to the problem.

Does anyone else seem to have a problem with some of the audio? I am guessing it could be my computer or something so I am curious what anyone else thinks. The audio in total is about 40 hours so would be a good amount of audio practice, though I don't know what the audio is for (dialogues, exercises, etc.). It looks more like a beginners course than either of the other two in my opinion. Thanks again fat-tony for the access.

Edited by emptysilo on 07 December 2009 at 7:17pm

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chuigang
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 Message 44 of 171
12 December 2009 at 5:49am | IP Logged 
thx all that contribution.
But where and when can we get the DLI German course and Spanish Course.
I have nowhere to find out any links.
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John18734
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 Message 45 of 171
20 December 2009 at 8:24pm | IP Logged 
My unzip program tells me the DLI Persian Farsi zip file has a password. Is that true, or is my file corrupted? If it is true, does anyone know the password?

Thanks in advance for the help you can give.
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platynota
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 Message 46 of 171
21 December 2009 at 5:22am | IP Logged 
John18734 wrote:
My unzip program tells me the DLI Persian Farsi zip file has a password. Is that true, or is my file corrupted? If it is true, does anyone know the password?

Thanks in advance for the help you can give.


These files didn't need a PW for me, and didn't need unzipped (just as in a rar pack); I got it from this:

Farsi - Army Phrases (audio only):
http://www.4shared.com/file/129168455/9f9f5001/farsivol1.htm l
http://www.4shared.com/file/129177357/11dd1e4e/farsivol2-4.h tml
http://www.4shared.com/file/129183914/ec1d0fa0/farsivol5-6.h tml
http://www.4shared.com/file/129191847/9ec82153/farsivol7-8.h tml

the other pack, however, that needed the hjsplit never worked for me, even after using the program. so i deleted those. there might be something wrong with em.
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John18734
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 Message 47 of 171
21 December 2009 at 6:02am | IP Logged 
platynota wrote:

the other pack, however, that needed the hjsplit never worked for me, even after using the program. so i deleted those. there might be something wrong with em.


The latter is the file to which I was referring. Windows unzip program asks for a password for the file. THAT'S why I surmised that it was either password protected or corrupt. It must be corrupt if it asks for a password that never existed. But, then again, that's why I asked if there was a password.

Perhaps those kind souls who posted the links could tell us which one it is. If it was somehow corrupted, maybe someone could re-post some links for an uncorrupted version. That would be greatly appreciated because Farsi is such an interesting language.

I realize that I'm not in a bookstore, that I am not a purchaser of these materials, and that I don't have any particular right to anyone's help or assistance. However, I am asking kindly (with hat in hand) for some assistance in the matter.

Thanks in advance for any attention given to this problem.
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platynota
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 Message 48 of 171
21 December 2009 at 7:50am | IP Logged 
John18734 wrote:


Thanks in advance for any attention given to this problem.


If I were you, I would just download the other bunch as I did and forget the other. It works perfectly, and has vols 2-8 audio plus advanced army phrases.
also, go here.

http://fieldsupport.dliflc.edu/downloads.aspx

download farsi and dari survival kits. the "basic," "civil affairs," and "public affairs" will be the most useful, but here'sa complete list:

Persian-Farsi
Persian-Farsi Air Crew LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Air Crew LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Basic LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Basic LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Civil Affairs LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Civil Affairs LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Cordon & Search/Raid LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Cordon & Search/Raid LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Force Protection LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Force Protection LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Medical LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Medical LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Military Police LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Military Police LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Navy LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Navy LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Public Affairs LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Public Affairs LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Weapons LSK (PDF audio companion, Dec 2006)
Persian-Farsi Weapons LSK (PDF, Dec 2006)

also this link will provide you with tons of free sources from DLI such as GLOSS and more!

http://www.dliflc.edu/products.html

moafagh baashy!


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