Peace Corps Language Materials

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Live Lingua, founded by a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, has brought all of the incredible Peace Corps language training materials for free to the public on the web. The founder, Ray Blakney, asked me to pass it on through this blog (which, I know, badly needs updating — I have seldom a spare moment at business school, but will get on it as soon).

Peace Corps gives its volunteers such comprehensive and excellent training by local language instructors in many of the world’s more obscure languages, such as Malagasy (Madagascar), Sranan (Suriname), Siswati (Swaziland) and of course Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and my other favorite Central Asian languages! I am glad to say that someone has finally collated all of these materials so that local language resources are not lost to those who want to learn from anywhere in the world.

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About beccazsky

NGO Development Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan
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