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Top 10 podcasts to help you learn a language
Febuary 9, 2015
“You may have already come across [insert language here]pod101 if you’ve searched for podcasts in your target language. This series is always my first port of call when starting a new language. The podcasts cover a huge range of languages and the discussions are followed by in depth breakdowns of the individual elements of the specific language. Rather than translating whole phrases for you, you gain an understanding of each word and how it can be used in other contexts.”
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Brushing Up on Your Japanese on a Small Screen
March 14, 2012
“The content is breezy and fun, though the brief, au courant English introductions from a young American woman in Paris can be silly. We liked the function that let us hear just one line at a time, allowing for pauses for speaking practice and to go over vocabulary lists and sample sentences.”
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Expensive Language Lessons? Doesn’t Translate
April 6, 2010
“Of particular note is SurvivalPhrases, which offers 3- to 5-minute episodes that cover basics like “Where is the bathroom?” in 19 languages, including Vietnamese, Russian, Greek and Brazilian Portuguese.”
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Podcast411 Interview
July 18, 2007
“Interview with co-founders Eran Dekel and Peter Galante. Podcast411 is the leading Interview show focused on Podcasting.”
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