8th August 2008: ENGLISH-GERMAN WORKSHEETS: Just a note to say that the English-German verbs worksheets have now been linked in - and our thanks again to Rosa Ramdour and Cornelia Bullen-Smith :)
German is the first "double" (vocabulary *and* verbs) to go up since we started the massive "Any Language to English" area in March 2005 and asked for volunteers to help with translating and checking, so as to make the huge range of over 800 themed worksheets available in other languages. Maybe fitting that the finish line has been crossed for the first time on 08.08.08, the same day as the start of the Beijing Olympics :)
There are quite a few other "doubles" now on the horizon - more complete dual-language sets scheduled to be on line later this year (see the Translators' page for details of languages for which vocabulary or verbs worksheets are already available, and other languages currently under construction). But we're still looking for volunteers for 'new' languages ..... Afrikaans, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Bengali (Bangla), Cambodian, Danish, Estonian, Farsi, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Kurdish, Mongolian, Nepalese, Norwegian, Portuguese EP (European Portuguese), Punjabi, Serbian, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Welsh .....
We can put up a 'new dual-language 800-worksheet set' only a few weeks (sometimes *days*) after receiving the translated and checked databases. All the set-ups are now in place (including those for the complex conversions required for languages that use non-English character sets). So why not help, if you can?
Any language you like, even if it's not in the above list. If you can find your language visible on a web browser somewhere ..... then we should be able to make worksheets for your-language-to-English (all the worksheets test both ways). Even if you're not qualified to 'translate' or 'check' the database content, perhaps you know someone who is? We'd appreciate help from all quarters ..... so we're asking our visitors to help spread the word :)