LIMBA is a unique and innovative audio language method scientifically proven and available by download to learn the language of your choice intuitively and conveniently. Each audio lesson lasts between 14 to 16 minutes and allows a concrete knowledge of the language learned. A method without grammar and progressive learning designed for English speakers passionate about travel and authentic encounters. Language courses in audio format are added every week...
An audio method for learning the language of your choice intuitively and practicly.
An effective and scientifically proven method of assimilating a foreign language. Studying only one lesson per day, you will learn the language in a steady and structured way.
Russian is widely spoken in Russia and all the ex-soviet countries. This 100% audio course will allow you to speak Russian without a teacher. Russian is the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. It is also commonly spoken in the other former countries of the Soviet Union. There are currently more than 150 million speakers for this language. It belongs to the Indo-European family (Balto-Slavic branch, sub-branch of Slavic languages). Russian has a system of declensions and has many endings for nouns, pronouns and adjectives. The combination of many times and fashions has the same richness. The order of words, thanks to this system of declensions is quite free, although the Subject-Verb-Complement arrangement is the norm. Russian is written in the Cyrillic alphabet. He has produced literary works since the 17th century. This audio course of Russian is aimed to prepare you to speak Russian quickly and fluently. Try lesson #1 for free
Mongolian (in Mongolian: монгол хэл) is spoken by 5 millions people living mainly in Mongolia, China and Siberia (Russia with Byriat). Mongolian is both written with cyrillic and traditionnal mongolian alphabet. This complete audio course is focused on the spoken language of Mongolia. Learn more about mongolian grammar
Chechen language (in Chechen: Нохчийн мотт) is a very interesting language spoken by around 2 million people, in Caucasus. The language now use cyrillic script. Chechen has 8 cases (declension). The principle of declension states that the ending of a word changes according to its function in the sentence. In other words, the word "house" will change its ending if we say "in the house", "coming from the house" or "towards the house".
For Europeans, the Chechen language (sometimes known as Chechen-Ingush for its resemblance to the language spoken in the neighboring republic) has many unusual characteristics. Learning Chechen is therefore facilitated when students are introduced to the main characteristics of the grammar and structure of this Caucasian language. Try lesson #1 for free
This course of Arabic is focused on Levantine Arabic and more specifically on Palestinian dialect. There are generally 3 types of Arabic "language". Classical Arabic is that used in the Holy Quran and is the language standard in all Arabic-speaking countries (22 countries in total). Maghreb Arabic is a different dialect (Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria). Finally, Middle Eastern Arabic offers the chance for students to be able to discuss into the language used daily in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Iraq. Arabic (in all its forms) is spoken by over 200 million people. This Arabic language course is specially oriented for those wishing to learn the Middle Eastern dialect (Levantine dialect). The recording had been made by Palestinians.
Levantine Arabic in its Lebanese, Syrian, Palestinian and Jordanian forms belongs to the subcategory of Arabic dialects. It is also known as Levantine Arabic. The difference between each of its forms is more the result of regionalism and emphasis. In the sense of structure, the Arabic language is similar in these 4 regions. Try lesson #1 for free
Icelandic is a beautiful and mainly unknown language spoken by people of Iceland. It is extremely related to Old Norwegian. This audio course focus on the language as it is spoken now on this island of the North. Icelandic has a declination system. In other words, nouns, adjectives as well as pronouns can have 4 different cases (or functions): nominative, accusative (complement of direct object), dative (complement of indirect object) and genitive (complement of noun ). The cases also depend on whether the word is singular or plural. The form in which we find Icelandic words in the dictionary is always in the nominative (also called the subject case). Try lesson #1 for free
This audio course will allow you to learn the Georgian language. Georgian is the official language of the Republic of Georgia, in the central Caucasus. A language of 4 million speakers (83% of the population in the country), it is also spoken by 500,000 Georgians abroad. Georgian belongs to the Caucasian language family (polyphyletic), a branch of the Kartvelian languages. Georgian grammar is unique: adjectives precede nouns, possessives precede possessions, objects precede verbs and postpositions replace prepositions. The order of the words is quite free due to the presence of declensions. There is no such thing as gender and articles. Georgian has been written with a variety of alphabets, but the most common is Mkhedruli. Literature began in the 4th century with the country's conversion to Christianity.
This Kartvelian language possesses an unusual alphabet (33 letters including 28 consonants and 5 vowels). Georgians are proud of their culture and tradition. The Georgian language has a declension with 7 cases. Learning Georgian will immerse you in an exciting world and allow you unforgettable encounters during your trip to Georgia. Try lesson #1 for free