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ACADEMIC GLOBAL ENGLISH LINK
UNIVERSITY ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEPARTMENTS AROUND THE WORLD
ADAM MICKIEWICZ UNIVERSITY in Poland.
BANGOR UNIVERSITY in Wales
BOSTON UNIVERSITY in the USA.
UNIVERSITY of CAMBRIDGE in England.
UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY in New Zealand.
CENTRAL INSTITUTE for ENGLISH and FOREIGN LANGUAGES in India.
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH in Scotland
HARVARD UNIVERSITY in the USA
LEEDS UNIVERSITY in England.
MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY in Australia
McGILL UNIVERSITY in Canada
MUNICH UNIVERSITY in Germany.
UNIVERSITY of OXFORD in England
UNIVERSITY of RICHMOND in the USA
RHODES UNIVERSITY in South Africa
SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY in England
TRINITY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY in Ireland
UNIVERSITY of VICTORIA in Canada
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY in the USA
OTHER INTERESTING LINGUISTICS LINKS
Fonetiks : Online language study and accent correction. Seven different Englishes: (British) English English, Scottish English, Welsh English, Irish English, Australian English, American English, Canadian English and Ten languages.
Foreignword: Over 170 online dictionaries.
Numbers 1 to 10 in different languages : Numbers from 1 to 10 in over 4500 Languages.
Sounds of the World's Animals : The sounds animals make in a variety of languages, with sound and images; suitable for use in an introductory linguistics course.
RXRC Language Guesser : Knows more than 30 languages. Input a sample of five random words (no matter how obscure) and this program will correctly identify the language.
The Klingon (STAR WARS) Language Institute : explore the only artificial language to acquire a following in popular culture!
Esperanto Studies and Interlinguistics: A central resource page for research on international linguistic communication and planned languages, especially Esperanto. It includes research organizations, publications, and Internet sites.
Interlingua: A language created in 1955, using a Latin vocabulary with simplified grammar.
Languages of Our World - 123world: Official sites of languages of our world including Hindi, Tamil, Irish, Japanese, Malay, Sanskrit, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Farsi, German, French, Latin, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Urdu, an alphabetic listing of languages Sites.
English Word Frequency Lists: Collection of English Word Frequency Lists and related links.
Focusing on Words: Vocabulary activities with an extensive cross reference of English words that are derived from Latin and Greek sources
French is the alter ego of English: All the equivalent French/English words you didn't know you knew.
Frequently Asked Questions about English Grammar: Information on English language presented by John Lawler.
Resources for Text, Speech and Language Processing: This is a collection of resources in a variety of fields related to text, speech and language processing. These include computational linguistics, information retrieval and machine learning. Here you can find pointers to useful Web sites, as well as lists of relevant books, newsgroups and mailing lists, and much more.
Speech Accent Archive: Contains hundreds of English accents from native and non-native speakers and their phonetic transcriptions. Sound files and phonological generalizations are included.
Phonetics, Phonology and English. Great little site which explores the wonders of phonetics and phonology.
Introduction to Phonetics: Supplementary material for Introduction to Phonetics and Phonetics II courses, including syllabi, handouts and exercises, more detailed explanations of material in the text, and many links to online tutorials, freeware and other phonetics resources. In English, with frequent references to Chinese.
Stirling University's on-line phonology course: A self-access course for all those interested in learning the script and identifying the sounds of the phonology of Standard English English.
The Survey of English Usage: The Survey of English Usage based at the University College London.
TransHub: Translator's Reference Desk. Online access to search terms in several languages.
General Linguistics on the Net: A comprehensive linguistic links page.