June 25, 2011
I'm documenting my language learning process for my own reference, greatly based on Benny's guide, and I wanted to use some "token tests" that should be available across all my languages. In text form I have the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the UN, and Le Petit Prince; both of which have been translated to just about any language I would ever want to learn.
As for an audiobook, on the other hand... no dice. Can't find one single item that fits the description. Any ideas?
July 5, 2011
I guess the Lords Prayer will be available in many languages.
I'm not christian/catholic but enjoyed listening to it in Spanish. But a small set back is that, this may be in an older form of the language.
But it's rather short to be called an "audiobook".
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July 15, 2011
June 25, 2011
@rajith: Yeah, the bible is also available in just about every language one could think of. But I'm just not interested in religion. I'll still keep it mind in case I can't find anything else.
@Kevinpost: Karl Marx's book? Added to the list, at least in text form. Can't find an audiobook version in Esperanto, though.
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July 22, 2011
The Bible unfortunately WILL be written in an archaic form of the language, whatever one it is. I have nothing but the English and Spanish versions to go by, though!
I for one would find it very hard to read either way, though... not very religious...
Is cainteoir dúchais Gaeilge mé. Same with English. Zacząłem uczyć się polskiego, y ahora, he dejado aprender el castellano.
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