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Monday, September 5, 2011

Awesome combination for studying Farsi:

Ok, so I have mentioned in the past about Word Champ.  Word Champ allows you to hover your mouse cursor over a word and it will translate for you.  However, Word Champ doesn't work with the Defense Language Institute's "GLOSS" program for some reason.  So what I did was, I copied all 115 or so articles from the GLOSS website and created a blog just with those articles.  I highly suggest checking it out if you are a Persian Farsi or Dari linguist.

http://farsistudy.blogspot.com/

And of course Word Champ can be found at www.wordchamp.com. (UPDATE: Word Champ has been taken offline, boo!)

And as I stated before, I highly recommend the Flashcards Deluxe app from iTunes if you are an Apple user.



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