Language Partner Directory

Welcome To Wonderland

Before you start on your journey simply fill out and send in the form that can be found in the "Looking Glass" link. This information will be added to the "Rabbit Hole" which, coincidentally, is your next step. From this place you can seek out the "White Rabbit" that fits your journey as well as become a guide yourself. . .

Down the Rabbit Hole = Partner Directory
Looking Glass = Forms & Rules
"White Rabbits" = Language Partners!
March Hares = Affiliates & Resources
THEE White Rabbit = About blog creator/moderator and also their MyDramaList

NOTICE to all "White Rabbits"!!!
The forms you send in will be 'published' to the blog when the site allows. ALL forms are copied (exactly!) to a list that can be found under the link 'Down the Rabbit Hole' and will be in (English) alphabetical order by usernames. All usernames have been linked so you can simply click on them. Good luck!

Sep 1



murasakinezumi:

Send me your art work through the SUBMIT of White Rabbits and I will post them as the background theme of the blog for a full day every Friday.
(banner courtesy of aussiekat)

murasakinezumi:

Send me your art work through the SUBMIT of White Rabbits and I will post them as the background theme of the blog for a full day every Friday.

(banner courtesy of aussiekat)

(via murasakinezumi)


wikitongues:

བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས། (tashi delek)
This week’s #WeeklyTongue is Tibetan! We haven’t got a video for Tibetan yet, so here’s Tibetan rapper Shapaley with his song about learning the Tibetan Alphabet. Catchy, isn’t it? If you can speak Tibetan or know someone who can, help us with a video submission! More info on www.wikitongues.org.

Tibetan may refer to Classical (written standard) Tibetan, Old Tibetan, Standard Tibetan, which is the most widely spoken dialect, and three other language variants. Tibetan is part of the Tibeto-Burman language family, which is part of the Sino-Tibetan family. 

This post will focus on Standard Tibetan. (ལྷ་སའི་སྐད་ lha-sa’i skad). Standard Tibetan is often referred to as Lhasa Tibetan, as Lhasa is the capital of Tibet. It is spoken in three styles, polite, vernacular and religious. The Lhasa dialect has two tones, high and low. Apart from this, there is also vowel harmony, where vowels are alternated between open and closed, used with non alternating either open or closed vowels. 

ALPHABET
You can learn the consonants here! http://www.tibetanlanguage.org/PDF/Lev%201%20Alphabet%20with%20phonetics%20.pdf
There are four vowels: i, u, e, o. More information can be found here: http://www.mongols.eu/tibetan-language/tibetan-alphabet/

This page also provides great background on sentence structure: http://www.mongols.eu/tibetan-language/tibetan-phrases/


Have a look at Omniglot’s page if you want more phrases: http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/tibetan.php

 

(via elementarylanguage)


Aug 29
languagesarerad:

nihongogogo:

Basic Japanese Cheat Sheet [x]This is sized for A4 printing [x]

anyone starting out with Japanese, print this out and stick it on your wall!!! 

languagesarerad:

nihongogogo:

Basic Japanese Cheat Sheet [x]
This is sized for A4 printing [x]

anyone starting out with Japanese, print this out and stick it on your wall!!! 

(via elementarylanguage)


chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”
Available as a print
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chapmangamo:

"Greetings, aliens. Welcome to Planet… Terra.”

Available as a print

twitter | facebook | instagram | shop

(via elementarylanguage)


Aug 26

mykoreanhusband:

We were originally just going to donate, but we were properly nominated, so we did it.


Aug 23
  • Native Speaker: British English
  • Wants to Learn: German
  • Can Speak A Little: Spanish (extremely poor), German (a lot better but nowhere near fluent or conversational)
  • Country: England
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: Mid to late teens. I would need to be paired with another teenager to feel comfortable with this

Aug 15

murasakinezumi:

i wouldnt mind either! a native speaker could teach me or i could just have a study/practice buddy!
Yes, that’s exactly what I mean. If they are also learning the language then they honestly have no right to be teaching me but I would absolutely love someone to learn and share with. This is why I would like a native speaker to teach/guide me through the language and even the culture so that I know I’m getting it right. No matter who it is I would welcome anyone to share with me but only someone who knows to teach me.

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