Here are some places to seek mailing lists for your favorite languages...
Books, tapes, software, electronics, ktp
Many of the books and tapes I buy at local bookstores or order from
It's easier than dealing with the individual publishers, and you can
easily compare different offerings, and some of the publishers have
crappy websites (difficult navigation or searching, strange order forms
(like, you can order only one product at a time so shipping charges are
high), or java and graphics madness). Also see the Learning Resources
sections of my
- Barron's Foreign Language Books
- The Fast and Fun book and book/tape series, and many others available.
- Der Buchwurm
- Bücher, Musik, Spielfilme, Zeitschriften, Zeitungen. Also some
bilingual German/English books, useful for study!
- Champs-Elysees, Inc.
- Audio magazines for foreign language learners
- Franklin Electronic Publishers
- Electronic dictionaries for German, Spanish, French, Italian.
- German Language Video Center
- Langenscheidt, and here
- German publishing house. Excellent dictionaries for many languages.
- Living Language,
- All-Audio casette courses (some of my favorites, good for
commuters), and Basic/Intermediate/Advanced book/casette
- Penton Overseas, Inc.
- Learn In Your Car, Vocabulearn. The Vocabulearn series is excellent
for vocabulary building. The Learn In Your Car series seems to be a
bit advanced for the beginner, but good when you're ready to attack
all those nasty declensions and conjugations; for true beginners, the
Living Language All-Audio courses are a better choice.
- Reflections of Asia Philippine Books - Books (for children too!), movies, ktp.
- Schoenhof's Foreign Books
- Similar to the Franklin products, but I haven't tried them.
- Transparent Language
- Vis-Ed - Visual Education, Study Card Sets
provides free etexts in several languages now!
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