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unzum
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 Message 17 of 38
01 January 2011 at 2:57pm | IP Logged 
Here's some podcasts for the language learning section.

Japancast
- Learn Japanese language and culture through examples from anime and everyday conversation.
日語自遊行 - 1 & 2 (extra material 1 & 2)
- Learn basic Japanese words and phrases for travel and everyday life. Note: Only available in Cantonese.
日語自遊行 - 3 (extra material 3)
- Teaches more advanced Japanese words and phrases for travellers. Note: Only available in Cantonese.
Nihongo-Juku
- Advanced Japanese podcasts with transcripts explaining common difficulties of learning Japanese.
Osaka Dialect 大阪弁
- Bilingual podcast explaining Japanese culture and language; with English translations and transcripts on website. Good if you want to get practice listening to a Japanese dialect.

Also I'd like to put in a recommendation for Japanesepod101. I know it gets some flack but I found it really useful for improving my listening skills when I was trying to graduate from the beginner stage. The different intermediate levels are really useful, especially as they reduce the amount of English in each stage, so that a lot of the grammar explanations are in Japanese for the intermediate and upper-intermediate stages.

For the Foreign Language Section
SBS - News reports, children shows, sports reports, dramas, cooking shows, interviews etc. Lots of interesting stuff.
Languages available: Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Assyrian, Bangla, Bulgarian, Cantonese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dari, Dutch, Fijian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Khmer, Korean, Kurdish, Lao, Latvian, Macedonian, Maltese, Mandarin, Nepali, Norwegian, Persian-Farsi, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Serbian, Sinhalese, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese, Ukrainian, Urdu, Yiddish
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Quabazaa
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 Message 18 of 38
02 January 2011 at 7:38pm | IP Logged 
Wonderful thanks unzum :)

So does anyone know any good Italian podcasts?? I feel like we are lacking in that area!
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Fasulye
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 Message 20 of 38
28 March 2011 at 7:35pm | IP Logged 
My recommendation for free Danish podcasts:

Learn Danish with Copenhagencast

Held og lykke! = Good luck!

Fasulye
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Mae
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 Message 21 of 38
30 March 2011 at 3:10am | IP Logged 
Hello out there!

Thanks for this wonderful compilation! I'm a big fan of learning languages with iPod!
I have some useful links, too. You can find the mentioned podcasts via iTunes or under the URL I posted. All podcasts are for free, extra material is free too (in contrast to the Pod101-series, where extra material costs extra).

(1) Guarani (2nd official language of Paraguay): Name: "Guaranime" (by a native US-English speaker) - Language: English - Website: http://letstalkguaranime.blogspot.com/

(2) Swedish: Name: "Sprich mal Schwedisch" - Language: German (by a native Swedish speaker) - Website: http://www.sprichmalschwedisch.com/ (PDF-files on the site).

(3) Japanese: "Japanisch Podcast" (by a native Japanese speaker) - Language: German - Website: http://www.jpodcast.de/ (PDF-files on the site).

(4) Russian: "Russisch lernen mit Russland-Journal" - Language: German - Website: http://www.russlandjournal.de/podcasts/ (lots of ad, but free)

#4 is a great complement to Russian lessons and the broadcasters are very constant. #3 is not bad, since Sana (the teacher) speaks slowly. #2 is IMHO not very helpful for absolute beginners, but perfect for exercising listening and speaking (repeating). Joakim (the teacher) points out differences between written and spoken language, and there are different episode-categories (lessons, alphabet and culture). #1 is quite basic, and interesting for those who have never heard about Guarani. I've learned this language for 3 years (long time ago) and it is wonderful to listen to.

Good luck!
- Mae

Edited by Mae on 30 March 2011 at 3:17am

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Quabazaa
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 Message 22 of 38
30 March 2011 at 1:40pm | IP Logged 
Thanks everyone for the new links :)
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Mae
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 Message 23 of 38
30 March 2011 at 5:32pm | IP Logged 
Quabazaa wrote:
Japanese:
Japanisch Podcast - Japanese lessons in German (by a native Japanese speaker). PDFs available. Perfect for exercising listening and speaking. Joakim (the teacher) points out differences between written and spoken language, and there are different episode-categories (lessons, alphabet and culture)

Swedish
Sprich mal Schwedisch - Swedish lessons in German by a native Swedish speaker. PDF files available.


Hello again!
Little mistake: "Perfect for exercising listening and speaking. Joakim (the teacher) points out differences between written and spoken language, and there are different episode-categories (lessons, alphabet and culture)"
This part belongs to the Swedish Podcast "Sprich mal Schwedisch".

Thanks a lot for your work!

- Mae

Edited by Mae on 31 March 2011 at 6:33pm

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Mae
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 Message 24 of 38
30 March 2011 at 5:33pm | IP Logged 
Learn German on the go with free podcasts from "Deutsche Welle" - more info here: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,2917951,00.html

Grüße,

Mae

Edited by Mae on 31 March 2011 at 6:32pm



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