Mostly free too is http://www.antosch-and-lin.com/ in total 12 languages offered.
I can say for anyone interested in starting Russian, have a look at this post:
ten years of learning experience gave me a pretty good feel for what works and what doesnt 🙂
Dear Madam or Sir,
I would like to introduce my website to your teachers and your students of French language.
My name is Pascal d’Hervé, I teach French and manage a website to help students learn French for free:
On http://www.frenchspanishonline.com you will find basic vocabulary with audio, games, a section with Video grammar always easy to understand. French expressions (video) and also Ratounet, a little pet singing in French, many activities are in HTML5 so they can be played on an iPad.
Also on http://www.frenglishnews.com you will find News in French and in English with audio.
I hope you will find this information useful,
I highly recommend Foreigncy.org. They offer daily sets of prepared flashcards in Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Hebrew and Russian that prepare you to read a real time news foreign policy news article
Regarding Catalan parla.cat is good but the other one you put is almos empty… You should add http://www.cursdecatala.com
It has tons of lessons about Catalan language written in English, Spanish and Italian
This is a vey great list indeed.
I’ll use it for sure.
Mainly in Hebrew for now, but soon with German and Spanish
May I suggest that you add http://www.gamesforlanguage.com to your list of language resources for German, French, Italian, and Spanish. The free 36-lesson courses use games and a travel story as key teaching tools.
Check out http://www.colango.com
A language app that lets your easily create language lessons for your target audience. A language community where you can learn from others lessons.
For free English grammar video tutorials and games, try: http://teacherdiane.com/youtube/page/1
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