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Chinese Alphabet Game: Zhuyin System

The Chinese Alphabet Game  Chinese is known by many throughout the world as the hardest language in the world. This is primarily due to many factors such as the sheer number of characters that must be learned individually in order to read as well as the tonal system.  Here at Glossika, we've come up with a solution to help you get started with the Zhuyin or Bopomofo system of the Chinese language. This is mainly used in conjunction with traditional Chinese characters by the people of Taiwan. Let's get started learning the Zhuyin alphabet!  ... read more

Japanese Alphabet Game: Hiragana & Katakana

The Japanese Alphabet Game Have you ever wanted to learn Japanese but felt like it was too hard to get your foot in the door due to the completely foreign writing system and alphabet? Our new Japanese Alphabet Game makes it easy for you to learn two of the major writing systems, Hiragana and Katakana, in a fraction of the time!  What would usually take weeks if not months using traditional learning methods can be reduced to a mere matter of days. By learning each individual letter and rule, you can practically apply what you've learned throughout the game. Simply scroll down to the end of the article to start playing!  ... read more

The Russian Alphabet Game

Have you ever felt intimidated by the idea of learning Russian? That's understandable because of how different it looks and sounds from English.  Now there's a way to start reading Russian fluently in as little as ONE hour !  Think it's too good to be true? Don't take my word for it, try it out for yourself for FREE. Play now and get started on your path to Russian fluency! Just enter an email address so you can save your progress and pick up where you left off. ... read more

Italian Language Games

Italian language games are part of Digital Dialect's collection of language resources. They include games with numbers, greetings, colors, fruits & vegetables, food, time, clothing, animals and many others. Digital Dialects was launched in January 2007, originally a by-product of a dissertation reviewing web resources for language learning. The site was conceived as an educational tool for learning languages, and as a guide to online resources. The creator of the site, Craig Gibson, has worked for a variety of education and non-profit institutions in the fields of e-learning, educational resource management and information management. He holds an MA in Education and International Development, and an MSc in Web Information Management, and has spent several years studying Dutch, Hindi, Japanese and Spanish. ... read more

French Family Quiz

PurposeGame's French Family Quiz This is an easy point-and-click game which is fun and entertaining. Students will learn French expressions of family members by clicking the corresponding pictures on a visual family tree. The family members start with the grandparents and go down to the grandson. ... read more