2006/07/07, 16:48:25

Languages and Linguistics: Web Resources

Web ResourcesOrganizationsWrittingApplied LinguisticsComputational LinguisticsEsperantoLanguages of Our WorldOther sites

Web Resources

  • The Linguist List
    The world's largest online linguistic resource. Linguist List maintains a web-site with over 2000 pages and runs a mailing list with over 21,000 subscribers worldwide.
  • Open Directory Project: Linguistics
    Many links, many fields...
  • Linguistics and Human Languages
    Yahoo! Search Directory
  • iLoveLanguages
    iLoveLanguages is a comprehensive catalog of language-related Internet resources. The more than 2400 links at iLoveLanguages have been hand-reviewed to bring you the best language links the Web has to offer.



  • Omniglot
    A guide to written language (alphabets, hieroglyphs, Chinese characters...)
  • Writing Systems
    Writing Systems is a web-site that provides information, amusement and advice about writing systems in general and English spelling and the English writing system in particular.
  • AncientScripts.com
    The aim of Ancient Scripts is not to replace texts books or instructional web sites. Instead, it is designed to give an introduction to writing systems, which hopefully will tantalize the reader into searching for more information on the web or in books and publications.
  • SignWritingSite
    Sign Languages Are Now Written Languages!

Applied Linguistics

  • Center for Applied Linguistics
    CAL is a private, non-profit organization. CAL's misson: “Improving communication through better understanding of language and culture”.

Computational Linguistics (including softwares, tools, etc.)

  • The Association for Computational Linguistics
    ACL is the international scientific and professional society for people working on problems involving natural language and computation.
  • Mary D. Taffet's Home Page
    • Sites for Students of Introductory Linguistics • Sites for Natural Language Processing • Sites for Students of Data Mining
  • Linguiste.org
    Linguistic research and open-source software for Computational Linguistics.
  • Language Technology World
    “LT World is the most comprehensive WWW information service and knowledge source on the wide range of technologies that deal with human language. The service is provided by the German Language Technology Competence Center at DFKI.”
  • The Ellogon Language Engineering Platform
    “Ellogon is a multi-lingual, cross-platform, general-purpose language engineering environment, developed in order to aid both researchers who are doing research in computational linguistics, as well as companies who produce and deliver language engineering systems.”
  • Computational Linguistics
    from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


  • Multlingva Informcentro pri Esperanto
    Multilingual Information Center about Esperanto
  • The Esperantic Studies Foundation
    The Esperantic Studies Foundation promotes research and teaching on Esperanto and on related issues of interlingual communication, especially in the context of higher education in North America.
  • lernu!
    lernu! is a multi-lingual website whose goal is to inform internet users about Esperanto and help them to learn it, easily and free of charge.

Languages of Our World

Other sites

  • The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism
    Tips: To "jump over" the login page, use http://[...]/hopkins_guide_to_literary_theory/noam_chomsky.html instead of http://[...]/hopkins_guide_to_literary_theory/entries/noam_chomsky.html (i.e. remove /entries from the link before paste it on the location bar).
  • Linguistics.it
    Linguistics news...
  • Introduction to Linguistics
    Linguistics for Beginners: Covers language acquisition, learning disorders, linguistics, universals, early development of the English language and phonetics.
  • Linguistics – The Science of Language (From Wikibooks)
    1. Introduction :: 2. The sounds of speech :: 3. Speech sounds go to work :: 4. How we make words :: 5. How words fit together :: 6. How languages got the way they are :: 7. The role of meaning :: 8. How languages differ


Nhiếp Nhĩ sinh năm 1911 tại Vân Nam, Trung Quốc, mất ngày 17/7/1935 tại Nhật Bản. Ông viết ôpêra "Bão tố trên sông Dương Tử" và nhiều bài hát quần chúng, trong đó có bài "Hành khúc nghĩa dũng quân", viết năm 1934 và năm 1949 trở thành Quốc ca của nước Cộng hoà nhân dân Trung Hoa. [Chi tiết...]



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