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Learn your learning style, find materials in the language you choose to learn and even find a language partner.To view a video of the award winning author, go to View Lingu@net Europa - World Languages Award Winner 2007 video Lingu@net World Wide is based on the idea that if you are learning or teaching a language you could be...
Lingu@net World Wide is based on the idea that if you are learning or teaching a language you could be interested in relevant resources in any language you understand - not only the resources you can find by searching in your mother tongue.
Lingu@net World Wide gives multilingual access to over 3,500catalogued online resources, many of them specifically for learners. It also offers support for adult learners on how to learn a language, how to assess your level and how to communicate with other learners online. These sections have been developed by language learning specialists from throughout Europe.
You can now access the whole site in: Arabic, Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish and Swedish.
This site provide a vast array of resources for someone who needs to learn a language; however, it is mainly for that purpose. It does include some excellent tests and links to other sites whch offer language courses. There is a chat area and including links to learning style resources.
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5 years ago
I intend to use this with my adults at the adult school. I like the meeting point element.
5 years ago
Lingu@net Europa is great resource for teachers and learners of English and Spanish. It includes URLS to sites to determine your level of competence in the language (European frame of reference) beginners, intermediate or advanced, translated into the frame. Ways to learn which includes knowing your style by use of questionnaires, advice on how to go about learning, encouraging success stories and links to sites such as dictionaries, etc. Sites for chatting and conversing live. And a search facility for materials search within Lingu@net Europa's listed resources, key words and free text.
I browsed through the site and found lots of interesting materials in Spanish and English. I think I will explore it further and suggest it to my students.
I found a dead link in the Spanish section: Cuestionario para la valoración del estilo de aprendizaje, Paso a Paso