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Chinese, German, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Miscellaneous Languages, Portuguese, Russian, Scandinavian Languages, Slang, South Asian Languages, Spanish, Swahili, Translation services, Yiddish.

Chinese

Chinese Language Related Information Page.

"A comprehensive navigational tool pointing you to Chinese language related resources. The intended audience is anyone who has an interest in Chinese."--Source.

German

Deutsch for Reisende.

Basic words for travelers.

Deutsche Welle Online.

Current news and information in German.

Der Spiegel.

German magazine.

Die Welt.

German newspaper.

Die Zeit.

German newspaper.

Hebrew

Hebrew Letters / Consonants.

Hebrew alphabet and equivalent English sounds, literal and symbolic meaning.

Italian

L'Unione Sarda.

Daily Italian magazine Online.

Latin

Labyrinth Latin Bookcase.

Latin literature on-line, a wide list of resources to classical and late classical texts and translations.

Portuguese

Folha de S.Paulo.

A newspaper from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Le Monde em portugues.

Le Monde in Portuguese.

Russian

MasterRussian.com

"Learn Russian language free! Here you will find free grammar lessons, useful vocabulary words and phrases, helpful tips on learning the Russian language, and hand-picked links to the best Web sites about the Russian language."-Source.

Scandinavian Languages

The Nordic Pages.

Information about Scandinavian countries.

Project Runeberg.

One of the Internet's biggest center for Nordic literature.

Slang

American Slanguages.

"Choose A (U.S.) City And Talk Like the Locals."--Source. Phrases from cities in the U.S.A.

South Asian Languages

Hindi: The language of songs.

Introduces a brief history of the Hindi language and links to Hindi resources.

Swahili

The Kamusi Project.

"The Internet Living Swahili Dictionary is a collaborative work by people all over the world. Together we are working to establish new dictionaries of the Swahili language, both within Swahili and between Swahili and English."--Source.

Yiddish

The Virtual Shtetl.

Yiddish Language and Culture home page.