Free Online Course: An Introduction To Linguistics by Coursera

Nov 21st, 2014

Good news, Coursera will be launching a free course online about linguistics. This free Coursera course gives an introduction into the study of languages, the field of linguistics. Anyone with an interest in language is welcome to join during this basic exploration of the field of linguistics. Course Syllabus Week 1: Introduction to Linguistics Week
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Beautifully illustrated: Different Languages Sounds Around The World by James Chapman

Oct 10th, 2014

James Chapman is a British illustrator from Manchester who released a high quality printed book of animal sounds around the world. In English, dogs go WOOF, cats go MEOW and mice go SQUEAK. What about in French? Japanese? Chinese? We definitely love your illustrations Mr. Chapman and we wanted to share them with our readers.
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Check out our new feature: NekoPlaza Vocabulary Lists

Oct 6th, 2014

We’re happy to announce a great news with you. Since day one, we’ve been working on launching new features that help our members learn together. Today we would like to introduce you to our Vocabulary Lists. NekoPlaza members can easily create, contribute and learn together on any Vocabulary Lists. Easily Create Vocabulary Lists Everyone can
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Can you guess the language?
The Great Language Game is so addictive

Sep 30th, 2014

The Great Language Game is a fun multiple choice game for all language lovers. All you have to do is listen to 15-20 seconds audio clips and guess the language. Each correct answer gives you 50 points. You only have three lives which means the game ends when your third answer is wrong. Initial samples
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“Eye Know” by Hiroshi Kondo – Psychedelic journey through Tokyo like you’ve never seen

Sep 6th, 2014
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At NekoPlaza, we like to support independent projects and artists of any kind. We like to share great projects from all over the world. We recently came across this amazing independent film projected directed by Japanese Hiroshi Kondo. “Eye know” is a surreal night journey through Tokyo, a mesmerizing display of city lights with fractal
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