Learn 48 Languages for Free Online: A Big Update to Our Master List

SONY DSCRight in time for your trav­els, we’ve just com­plet­ed a big update to our rich col­lec­tion of Free For­eign Lan­guage Lessons. Fea­tur­ing free audio and video lessons, this handy resource will help you learn to speak Span­ish, French, Ger­man, Eng­lish, Chi­nese, Ara­bic, Ital­ian, and Russ­ian, plus 36 oth­er lan­guages. And it’s all for free, which is a lot less than what Roset­ta Stone and oth­er ven­dors will charge you. Not bad, espe­cial­ly con­sid­er­ing that some of the lessons come from ven­er­a­ble insti­tu­tions like Yale, Cam­bridge, Carnegie Mel­lon, Emory, the BBC, the US Peace Corps, the For­eign Ser­vice Insti­tute, and more.

The com­plete list of Free For­eign Lan­guage Lessons, includes the fol­low­ing lan­guages: Ara­bic, Bul­gar­i­an, Cam­bo­di­an, Cata­lan, Chi­nese (Man­darin & Can­tonese), Czech, Dan­ish, Dutch, Eng­lish, Finnish, French, Gael­ic, Ger­man, Greek, Hebrew, Hin­di, Hun­gar­i­an, Ice­landic, Indone­sian, Irish, Ital­ian, Japan­ese, Kore­an, Lao, Latin, Lithuan­ian, Lux­em­bour­gish, Maori, Nor­we­gian, Pol­ish, Por­tuguese, Roman­ian, Russ­ian, Ser­bo-Croa­t­ian, Sign Lan­guage, Span­ish, Swahili, Taga­log, Thai, Turk­ish, Ukrain­ian, Urdu, Viet­namese, Welsh and Yid­dish.

If we’re miss­ing any great resources, please tell us in the com­ments sec­tion below.

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Free Kids Edu­ca­tion­al Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Web­sites & More

Free MOOCs from Great Uni­ver­si­ties (Many Offer­ing Cer­tifi­cates)

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Free eBooks: Down­load to Kin­dle, iPad/iPhone & Nook

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