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Przemek
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 Message 57 of 171
28 December 2009 at 6:57pm | IP Logged 
Milion thanks for DLI Egyptian Arabic! But when I unzipped the files it seems the lessons from module 6 (21-24) are missing. Does anyone have them?

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Woodpecker
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 Message 58 of 171
08 January 2010 at 11:28pm | IP Logged 
Przemek wrote:
Milion thanks for DLI Egyptian Arabic! But when I unzipped the files it seems the lessons from module 6 (21-24) are missing. Does anyone have them?


I was going to clean up the Mod 6 lessons a bit today and I noticed this as well. Only the evaluations were included in the original download. It's probably not a huge deal, as the units in question are pretty military-specific (they focus mostly on the branches of the Egyptian military and on ranks), but having the grammar drills would be nice, if anyone has the complete files.
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eccodandini
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 Message 59 of 171
10 January 2010 at 6:46am | IP Logged 
Does anyone have the DLI French or MSA on Rapidshare or a similar host? The Pirate Bay torrents have unfortunately expired since they were posted on here in 2009.

Many thanks!
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Fat-tony
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 Message 60 of 171
10 January 2010 at 11:29am | IP Logged 
eccodandini wrote:
Does anyone have the DLI French or MSA on Rapidshare or a similar
host? The Pirate Bay torrents have unfortunately expired since they were posted on here
in 2009.

Many thanks!


If that's the case I'll try to get them up by next weekend.

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Woodpecker
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 Message 61 of 171
10 January 2010 at 11:32am | IP Logged 
Fat-tony, are you getting this stuff from JLU?
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elvisrules
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 Message 62 of 171
15 January 2010 at 3:50pm | IP Logged 
Thanks very much for your making this all available Tony.
Do you know if the DLI have ever produced any Yoruba materials?
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liddytime
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 Message 63 of 171
21 January 2010 at 4:35am | IP Logged 
elvisrules wrote:
Thanks very much for your making this all available Tony.
Do you know if the DLI have ever produced any Yoruba materials?


DLI did not... but if you go here

http://www.fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php?page=Yoruba

there is a TON of Yoruba material.

Sidenote:

I was listening to the Haitian DLI material this week (brushing up on Haitian, I might be going down there to help
out)   and the sound quality is horrendous ( even by FSI/DLI standards!!)   Tony, (or anyone else out there) do
you have a copy with better sound quality?

I tried to improve it with audacity but it only made it more muddled sounding... Anyone know any other sound
editing tricks??
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elvisrules
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 Message 64 of 171
21 January 2010 at 2:29pm | IP Logged 
liddytime wrote:
elvisrules wrote:
Thanks very much for your making this all available Tony.
Do you know if the DLI have ever produced any Yoruba materials?


DLI did not... but if you go here

http://www.fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php?page=Yoruba

there is a TON of Yoruba material.

Yes I know about those, but unfortunately the audio is mostly cut off after a minute or two when it should be much longer.
I thought the DLI might have made a Yoruba course because they have resources for it on their website, oh well...


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