Romanian as a Foreign LanguageRSS

In this section, you will find a variety of resources, mainly as a taster for developing very basic skills in the Romanian language. It takes into account that different people learn best from different resources, depending on their preferred learning style. This is only a start. You can find more by searching the internet, including to find out about 'offline' language learning opportunities through local courses, conversation exchanges or other. Start by sampling all the resources in this section, find which suits you best and stick with those. You're the best judge. You will mostly find resources specifically designed for language learning but some of you may also want to challenge themselves through immersion in 'authentic' resources such as Romanian films or websites. Another possible challenge: preparing yourself for online contacts with native speakers offered by dedicated social media language learning websites... By the way, some language learning websites provide some samples free of charge and then their main lessons for a fee. Make the most of the free samples and then decide to subscribe or move to another resource. There are more available all the time, including on Youtube. Enjoy the adventure of a new language!

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Discover Magazine online (

This is an online magazine which contains articles in different domains, such as: science, culture, digital technology, sports or travels in Romania. It is useful for students/learners who would like to read Romanian content, whilst fining out amazing thi ...

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Learning Romanian through songs and singing

This site, from the Languages and Integration through Singing EU project, provides a selecion of songs, with lyrics, video clips, karaoke version as well as teaching notes. Click here

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One minute Romanian podcasts

Listen and learn with these short free podcasts from Radio Lingua Network. Click here.

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Romanian Language games

Learn some basic Romanian or test yourself with language games from the Digital Dialects website. Click here.