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MULTI LINGUIS
MEET THE LANGUAGES
 

MULTI LINGUIS

 
 

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Multi Linguis is an independent project based on Wiktionary. It offers various alphabetical and frequency-thematic dictionaries for more than 260 languages.      

SELECTED LANGUAGES

GROUPS

  Indo-European ll.:
  Baltic ll.
  Celtic ll.
  Germanic ll.
  Indic ll.
  Iranian ll.
  Romance ll.
  Slavic ll.
  Other Indo-European ll.
  Non-Indo-European ll.:
  Afro-Asiatic ll.
  American ll.
  Austro-Asiatic ll.
  Austronesian ll.
  Caucasian ll.
  Constructed ll.
  Dravidian ll.
  Mongolic ll.
  Niger-Congo ll.
  Northern Asian ll.
  Sino-Tibetic ll.
  Tai-Kadai ll.
  Turkic ll.
  Uralic ll.
  Other Non-Indo-European ll.

REGIONS

  Europe:
  Central Europe
  Northeastern Europe
  Northwestern Europe
  Southeastern Europe
  Southwestern Europe

  Asia and Australia:
  Central Asia
  Eastern Asia
  Northern Asia
  Southeastern Asia
  Southern Asia
  Western Asia
  Australia and Oceania
  Africa, Americas and others:
  Central Africa
  Eastern Africa
  Northern Africa
  Southern Africa
  Western Africa
  Middle America and Caribbean
  North America
  South America
  Constructed ll.
  Ancient and Historical ll.

TYPES OF DICTIONARIES

ORIGINAL

The Original Dictionaries can include up to 12'000 lemmas belonging to the levels from Elementary to Upper-Intermediate (A1-B2).

The Original Dictionaries are alphabetical. They are arranged by the alphabet.

There are the following kinds of these books:
1. Ordinary - intended to help you study lemmas of a specific language
2. Overview - compare lemmas of the main languages in a specific group or region
3. Special - study or compare specially selected lemmas of a specific language, group or region (they can be limited by themes or parts of speech)

Entries in the Original Dictionaries provide translations and transliterations, but no transcriptions.

LEARNER'S

The Learner's Dictionaries can include up to 12'000 lemmas belonging to the levels from Elementary to Upper-Intermediate (A1-B2). They are divided into 300 vocabulary themes as well as 8 importance levels.

The Learner's Dictionaries are frequency-thematic. They can be arranged by themes, levels or parts of speech, not by the alphabet.

There are the following kinds of these books:
1. Theme-Arranged - intended to help you learn lemmas regardless of their levels or revise them
2. Level-Theme-Arranged - learn lemmas gradually, according to their levels
3. PoS-Theme-Arranged - revise lemmas considering their roles in a language

Entries in the Learner's Dictionaries provide translations, transliterations and transcriptions.

SMALL

The Small Dictionaries are sets of vocabularies of related languages. Each of them includes up to 999 lemmas belonging to the Elementary or Pre-Intermediate levels (A1 or A2). They are divided into 30 vocabulary themes.

The Small Dictionaries are frequency-thematic. They are arranged by parts of speech and then by themes, not by the alphabet.

These books are intended to help you get a list of elementary words and phrases of a specific language.

Entries in the Small Dictionaries provide translations, transliterations and transcriptions.

FIFTY-WORDS (FREE)

The Fifty-Words Dictionaries are sets of vocabularies of the indicated languages. Each of them includes translations for 50 frequently used nouns - such as water, house, book, shirt, tree, dog, man, hand, bread and others.

These books additionally provide a guide to the Multi Linguis Project intended to help you learn about offered dictionaries and their structure. It contains lists of title languages arranged by groups and regions, as well as levels, themes and parts of speech used as headers.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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