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This week's Language of the Week: Nepali
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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 - This allows you to type out how words sound, rather than how they are spelt.
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