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  1. #1
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    language laboratory

    hi,
    i am trying to build up a laboratory for my school. the purpose is studying foreign languages. i would like to know what software i can use in ubuntu.

    i found out:
    gcompris
    kvoctrain
    kverbos

    that are too simple for my school level (12-16 years old)
    then i found malted, that is more appopriate.
    is there something else?

    thanx a lot

  2. #2
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    Re: language laboratory

    You could also check out Mango Languages...it's a web-based language trainer. On the plus side, it's web-based so students can use it anywhere. On the down side, there are only 50 lessons available for the free subscription.

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    Re: language laboratory

    i found a large database here:
    http://sodilinux.itd.cnr.it/dvd/

    is an italian site, but software is listed in a very clear way.
    thanx

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    Re: language laboratory

    Please some links to malted, can't find it with google. Also, I beg to differ, the Italian site is in Italian.

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    Re: language laboratory

    I found a download link for malted, but it is an exe file.

    Requirements for Malted:

    Requirements: No special requirements Platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT 4.x, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP Users rating: 0/10
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  6. #6
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    Re: language laboratory

    Now there's a gap in the "market" for intellectual inquiry. Deb versions of Malted?

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