Language Training

As part of Peace Corps Third Goal, a RPCV (Returned Peace Corps Volunteer) has worked with the PC regional offices and the main office in DC to try to create an online archive to keep the language training material made all of the world from getting lost. He has created a sub-section on the website he and his wife run (www.livelingua.com) with all the information he has been able to get up to date (from over the web and sent to him directly by PC staff and Peace Corps Volunteers). He currently has close to 100 languages with ebooks, audios and even some videos.

He is now trying to get the word out about this resource so that it can not only be used by PCVs or those accepted into the Peace Corps or people wanted to learn more languages, but also so that when people run across material that is not on the site they can send it into him and he can get it up for everybody to use. If only this had been put together before or when I was serving, it could have helped me substantially learn the language of Setswana better.

If you are interested in learning Setswana or any of the other 100's of languages currently serving Peace Corps Volunteers learn to help them be vital roles in their community, check out this resource at http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-language-courses.php it is 100% free to use and share. Happy Learning!

1 comment:

  1. but what is Leraka in English, I am Tswana and would like to know what you call it in English

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