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Things have changed in the years following fi12's answer. The Valyrian Wiki (aka. The Tongues of Ice and Fire Wiki)1 is still the main resource. However, David Peterson (DJP) recently uploaded his work on a Reddit AMA. This contains: A Wiki for all his languages "with enough critical mass to release" (this is not yet fully complete, but with time I expect ...


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A major new resource in this category is the Kanji Learner's Course Graded Reading Sets. It's designed for people using the Kodansha Kanji Learner's Course, but basically anyone can use it as long as they already know kana and have some way to learn kanji. The first volume is free and gets you through the first 100 kanji. From the website: The series ...


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I have found the following resources: Discover Romanian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture by Rodica Boţoman. 425 pages (textbook), a set of 10 audio CDs and a student workbook. Published by Ohio State University Press, 1995. Colloquial Romanian: The Complete Course for Beginners by Ramona Gönczöl and Dennis Deletant. Published Routledge, 2012. ...


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*** UPDATE *** The Russian Readers app is on the app store - and we’re publishing new Russian audio stories every week. These stories are written specifically for native-English speakers learning Russian. We focus on introducing common vocabulary, and building up from there. Each story is professionally narrated, and translated into English. Our goal at ...


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Almost four years later, and after having gone to Nicaragua to learn the language, I finally found some online resources. Unfortunately, nearly all of them are in Spanish so it will be very difficult if you try to learn from English. The following videos are on youtube, they were originally produced for television. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue30g1qQ5i4 ...


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