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Üdvözlet - Languagelearning (/r/languagelearning)


This week's Language of the Week: Hungarian

/r/Languagelearning is for anybody interested in learning other languages. Whether you only speak one and want to start learning a second, a polyglot or a language nerd, this is the place for you! Content related to specific languages, general language learning and linguistics are all allowed. Welcome all and please enjoy your stay.


  1. No memes.

  2. No spam. Submitting your own content is fine as long as it's decent quality and relevant (has to do with language learning or a specific language). This is subjective and the mods will make a judgement call. We are far more inclined to allow blogs if they are of a high quality. The short of it is, if you're here to help, you're fine.

  3. No disrespect. We're all here in our own time, so please help us enjoy that time by keeping discussion civil.

  4. Report people who you see break the rules. Reporting helps us out a lot. We can't scour every thread for infractions.

Resources for Language Learning

Most of our content can be found on the wiki, where he have amalgamated all the best resources for language learning on the web. Please consider contributing.

To help cut down spam, the only requirement to create/edit is that your account be at least 7 days old. Wiki modifications will be monitored, and adding spam will result in a user ban and blacklisting of the offending domain. If you are unsure of your content, message the mods first.


Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - This is what you see a lot of people using in their flair to indicate their level of proficiency in various languages--these ratings are usually self-assessed, not official.

Online IPA Phonetics Keyboard - For allowing you to type out how words sound, rather than how they are spelt.

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