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What other languages sites would you like Erklaren to release in the future?

Arabic
1
2%
Chinese
16
36%
French
3
7%
German
5
11%
Italian
4
9%
Jewish
4
9%
Portuguese
7
16%
Norwegian
5
11%
 
Total votes: 45

mayutaka8985
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Postby mayutaka8985 » February 22nd, 2009 10:34 am

must.have.chinesepod101.com LOL

chinese is the language i'd most like to see but perhaps encompassing the variations in chinese? for example, a cantonese section but also a section/info about the mandarin used in taiwan? it seems i'm always finding mainland china's mandarin with the beijin accent ><

Kobukuro
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Postby Kobukuro » February 22nd, 2009 4:48 pm

Chinese would be great. I am studying Chinese (Mandarin) with www.chinesepod.com , but I prefer the structure of Japanese101.com and I guess, that learing Chinese here would be much better!

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Postby gerald_ford » February 23rd, 2009 7:35 pm

Yeah, I listened to ChinesePod's casts and I just didn't like the format. I kept thinking to myself "it's not the same without Peter and the company". ;) But seriously, the format is different and a little too repetitive (though effective I have to admit).

I noticed KoreanPod wasn't mentioned on the survey above. I would like to sign up for that actually as Korean is something I've always wanted to learn since I grew up around a lot of Korean immigrants, and Korean resources are still scarce. I also thought the sample lessons were good, on a JPod-level of quality. :)
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Postby Ulver_684 » February 24th, 2009 7:47 am

gerald_ford wrote:Yeah, I listened to ChinesePod's casts and I just didn't like the format. I kept thinking to myself "it's not the same without Peter and the company". ;) But seriously, the format is different and a little too repetitive (though effective I have to admit).

I noticed KoreanPod wasn't mentioned on the survey above. I would like to sign up for that actually as Korean is something I've always wanted to learn since I grew up around a lot of Korean immigrants, and Korean resources are still scarce. I also thought the sample lessons were good, on a JPod-level of quality. :)


Gerald_Ford-san! :wink:

Innovative Language has already a Korean pod it's call KoreanClass101.com check it out! 8)

chenoosh99
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If someone want to learn hebrew I can help him

Postby chenoosh99 » March 7th, 2009 7:43 am

If someone wants to learn hebrew I can help him


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