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Describes more than 6,700 living languages. Entries provide information on population, dialects, immigrant languages, bilingualism, ecological setting, and availability of dictionaries and the Bible. Researchers may search country, language family, or language name files to find demographic linguistic information.
Formerly Human-Languages Page. For persons wishing to learn a language, site includes information, products, and services. Annotated resources, including dictionaries, for 218 languages.
- Oxford University Language Center
Links organized by "Individual Languages" (including many less commonly taught) and "General Language Learning Resources"
A weblog maintained by linguists and scholars covering linguistic issues in society, law, and popular culture.
Professional Organizations in Linguistics