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Imanalla: An Introduction to Kechwa


Imanalla is a complete curriculum for introductory Quichua that provides students with basic reading, writing, speaking and listening activities in the language, as well as exposure to Quechua culture. It includes a complete audio supplement and leverages the World Wide Web for authentic multimedia and communicative activities.

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Uyghur Reading Practice


A collection of short readings intended for intermediate to advanced students of Uyghur, with computer-graded comprehension checks.

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Deutsche Grammarfon


Introduction to beginning-level German grammar topics through popular music. Modules includes information about the musical artists,a video presentation of the grammar topic with downloadable pdfs, as well as computer-graded activities and downloadable worksheets.

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