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A Planet of Languages
 
We have language pages for over 350 languages of the world including a page for at least one major language spoken in each country of the world. Our goal is to let you easily find free and commercial resources to quickly learn a few words and phrases of languages spoken at your destination. Download our Free Pocket Language Software and be speaking a few phrases in 5 languages in a few minutes.
 

 

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 Useful Information about our Language Pages
  • Links To Language Resources.   Our language pages have links to websites that offer free online-lessons, translation dictionaries and automatic translation websites. We also link to some sites that offer commercial language products such as phrasebooks, dictionaries and language learning software. We also will usually link you directly to the page on some popular language resource sites for that language.  We have our standard set of language sites and usually try to find some other language sites as well especially when our standard language sites have no coverage for the language. External links always open in a new window.
     
  • Links To Place Page.  Each language page has a link to our place pages where the language is spoken.
     
  • Language Toolbars.  Each major language page will have a Language Toolbar in addition to links to a standard set of comprehensive language sites that have information for the language.  Some of the Language pages for lesser-known languages with have a Language Lite Toolbar. These toolbars make it easy to find useful language information for tourists and travelers.
Ah Wilderness! Language Notes:  We have a page for a major language of each country and other places we have information for on our website.  The fact that we list a language that is being disputed as to whether it is a separate language or a dialect of another language does not mean we are making a political statement.  We just want to help people learn a few words and phrases of the places they visit.   External links always open in a new window.
 
Language Names. The common name for a language is used instead of the official name because that is the one you will most likely know.  If a language has changed its name in the last 20-30 years,  you can usually search by the former name using our A-Z Language Finder in the left column or above.  Also, some languages consist of a combined name or are commonly known by two different names. You can usually search by either name.
    
Affiliations.  We are an affiliate of WorldLanguage.com and Amazon.com both of which have a good selection of language learning products.  A complete list of our affiliates is on our Village Shop page.  However, we believe in helping you find the language information you need regardless of any affiliations. We research and find both popular and other useful web sites to help you learn a little of a language for your trip. We also believe in getting you directly to language information on other websites and are usually able to drop you off at their page with the information.
    
The 3-Click Rule.  We are a firm believer in the 3-click rule and it is unfortunate that it wasn't included in our American Bill of Rights!  It should take you no more than 3 clicks to get anywhere on our website.  Please let us know if we break that rule.  If there are problems with a page or you have ideas for additional links, please send us Feedback. Thanks!
 
 Our Language Library

We have a well-stocked library of language information for tourists and travelers. Even if you are not interested in learning a little of another language, you may be surprised to know there are some websites that will automatically translate a webpage for you.  This can come in handy when a website with travel information for your destination is only in the native language.  Wouldn't you like to see it translated into English? 
 
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