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EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (ROMANCE)

SPANISH

FRENCH

ITALIAN

PORTUGUESE

CATALAN

SICILIAN

 

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (GERMANIC)

GERMAN

SWISS GERMAN

LIMBURGISH

SWEDISH

NORWEGIAN

DANISH

ICELANDIC

 

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (SLAVIC)

RUSSIAN

UKRAINIAN

POLISH

SERBIAN

 

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (CELTIC)

IRISH GAELIC

SCOTTISH GAELIC

CORNISH

 

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES (OTHER)

FINNISH

LATVIAN

LITHUANIAN

HUNGARIAN

GEORGIAN

MALTESE

 

AFRICAN LANGUAGES

SWAHILI

AMHARIC

YORUBA

KINYARWANDA

MALAGASY

 

MIDDLE EASTERN LANGUAGES

ARABIC

PERSIAN

TURKISH

HEBREW

 

CENTRAL & NORTHEAST ASIAN LANGUAGES

KAZAKH

UYGHUR

 

SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES

 

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES (SINITIC)

MANDARIN

CANTONESE

HOKKIEN

SHANGHAINESE

TAISHANESE

PUXIAN

 

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES (OTHER)

JAPANESE

KOREAN

MONGOLIAN

OKINAWAN

 

SOUTHEAST ASIAN LANGUAGES

INDONESIAN

TAGALOG

VIETNAMESE

BURMESE

 

OCEANIC LANGUAGES

TOK PISIN

 

INDIGENOUS AMERICAN LANGUAGES

NAHUATL

QUECHUA

GREENLANDIC

CHINOOK JARGON

 

CARIBBEAN LANGUAGES

PAPIAMENTO

 

All courses were made with the assistance of volunteer translators, voice actors, and language enthusiasts. This project would not be possible without their generous assistance in helping others to learn their languages.

Additional content comes from Omniglot and Forvo which are both amazing resources with similar visions. Anki is the platform these courses are made with and I don't claim any of the content from these respective websites. I highly recommend checking them out yourself. Any extra language specific borrowings will be mentioned in the deck readmes.