Nicholas (doni_dyke01) wrote in linguaphiles,

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Hey there, peoples.

I come with a question, which probably doesn't surprise you in the least. Alright, so, I want to start learning a language. Easy, right? Well, not exactly. I find (or will find) myself in an interesting set of circumstances that involves being away from home and not having steady access to the internet. I hope to be headed off to Job Corps this coming spring and I likely won't be able to use sites like Live Mocha. So, this leaves iPhone/iPod touch apps, podcasts, and plain language 101 sites. I've been digging about to find something, but I would like some suggestions. I'm not above spending money, but I'd like to keep it reasonable ($10 is reasonable, more than that starts heading into the realm of unfeasible).


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