Foreign Languages Internet Resources
This page contains links to web sites outside of Tarleton.
The links are provided as a convenience for research.
Tarleton has no control over, and is not responsible for the content found on external sites.
Please contact the subject-specialist librarian if you have research questions, would like library instruction, or have material purchase requests.
Reference Department - Office 110B
Foreign Languages Subcategories
BBC Languages – Free audio and video courses for a variety of languages.
ILoveLanguages - is the latest redesign of The Human-Languages Page and the Languages catalog of the WWW Virtual Library.
Google Translate – Translate text, web pages and documents from and to many languages.
LiveMocha - A social networking site for people learning foreign languages.
Yamada Language Guides - are the definitive guide to language resources on the World Wide Web. They include information for over 140 languages. Also available is a virtual language lab for some of the languages and a self study language program.
Collected French Verse - Part of the larger Bibliomania site, the source for this site is The Oxford Book of French Verse, 1908. Find full text works by such French writers as: Victor-Marie Hugo, Jean Racine, François Villon and many more. In French.
French-English Dictionary - Dictionary with French/English and English/French translator on same page.
Le Monde - Read the French newspaper online.
German-English Dictionary - Basic dictionary translates either English-German or German-English.
Project Gutenberg - Read German literature or world literature classics in
German, from the German version of Project Gutenberg. Authors include Aesop, Goethe, Shakespeare and many more.
Golden Age of Spanish Sonnets - Clicking on the links will take you to web sites that deal generally with Spanish Golden Age poetry or related topics. Links related to specific poets will be found on each poet's page. Links will open in a new browser window.
Project Gutenberg - Read full text online Spanish literature from Project Gutenberg.