FSI Language Courses- free online language courses

On 30 June, 2010 by Carol

Update  08 March 2013
I have been informed that FSI Languages is back online on the following link:
http://www.livelingua.com/fsi-language-courses.php

fsi lang FSI Language Courses   free online language courses

Update 19 February 2013

It appears that the FSI Languages is down.
As an alternative, i recommend the following websites:
Ielanguages.com
BBC Languages
OpenCulture Languages
Word2Word.com – Lots of links to choose from
Learn A Language
Livemocha – lots of courses and lots of languages

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0007852307L 1280x1024 300x199 FSI Language Courses   free online language coursesFSI Languages offers free online courses on 41 languages.
Besides the text material, you can also find the audio tapes and pronunciation guides.
They’re also easy to follow and very well structured.

Note from the website:
Courses here are made available through the private efforts of individuals who are donating their time and resources to provide quality materials for language learning.

If you love learning a new language, or at least giving it a try, then click on the link below and have some fun.

FSI Language Courses – Home.

Another website very much worth mentioning is Ielanguages.com. This website has been my favorite for quite some time now and is been improved a lot over the last 2 years. Thank you for all your efforts, miss Wagner.

  • http://www.facebook.com/raymond.blakney Raymond Blakney

    Hi Carol,

    You readers may be interested to hear that the FSI material is being put back up for use at:

    http://www.livelingua.com/fsi-language-courses.php

    I hope that helps.

    • http://www.carolsvault.com/ Carol

      Thank you, Ray.

      There are some broken links on the website though…

      • http://www.facebook.com/raymond.blakney Raymond Blakney

        Hi Carol,
        I am still getting all the material up – it is over 20 gigs, but as of today, we are only missing the last course – Yoruba. The rest should work. For Yoruba I am changing the audio file names from their current form (which looks like a1b3dd.mp3) to titles that actually make sense. That will hopefully make it easier for people to us. I should have it done and uploaded by the end of the day today (April 13th). If, after today you find any broken links, please let me know.

        Thanks!

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