Sound of different languages

30 May 2005   1 comment   Misc. links

http://www2.germanistik.uni-halle.de/prinz/karten/index.htm

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Ever wondered what Brazillian Portugese or Indonesian or Swedish sound like? Look no further. This German site has lots and lots of small soundclips where people around the world read a small paragraph from Le Petit Prince.

The site seems to be only in German but you get by relatively well without knowing German. I can imagine that this site will grow with time so soon they'll map a lot more of the interesting languages in Africa. So far, they've collected some 100 languages on this site. Well done!

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Steffen Gl├╝ckselig
On http://www.bodowartke.de/liebesliedgenerator/, also in german, you can click together a love song. Each tact can be sung in a different language. Sounds quite funny.
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