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Robert Beard, Professor and Chair of the Russian Program at Bucknell
University, has compiled this page of links to online grammar resources for
more than twenty languages. The criteria for inclusion is that the grammars
"are accurate and useful for learning the language they describe." Most
languages are represented by a single site, and only a few have two or
three sites listed; each entry provides the name of the resource author,
but no further information. The offerings range from "Survival Bengali" to
"An Integral Dutch Course" to Professor Beard's own "On-line Russian
Reference Grammar." Most of the sites were developed or are supported by
university faculty around the world; some are still being completed, but
most are fairly polished and inviting to the language learner. An
additional page of morphology links connects to sites that will conjugate
verbs, assist in declensions, and provide morphological analysis in
response to user input. [ML]
Kat Nagel, MasterWork Consulting Services
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"Za Zen. Za Snack. Za Nap.
Eat and sleep---Nothing sacred about the Order."
___Alfred Birnbaum & Riku Kanmei, in <<Zen for Cats>>