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Learn English Audio
To help farm workers and others interested to learn English, based on the following principles:
- Provide tools that will help farm workers learn English naturally
- Focus on learning by first listening
- Focus on learning by repeating after native English-speakers
- Preserve the correct use of the English language
- Avoid the use of slang.
- Provide a neutral sounding (audio) English that avoids regional accents
This Website was built to support this Spanish language project. The ideal, at first, is not to have to read at all, but just listen and repeat. However, we realize that when learning another language one might have to look occasionally at a word here or there in order to make out the letters being used by the speaker. To the degree that you focus on listening and trying to pronounce the word as the native speaker, the better your accent will be. On the down side, people might think you know more than you do :-). While we hope that with advanced technology the time may come where this dictionary page might provide instantaneous audio of each word looked up, right now it may take quite a long time to download a single sound.
One of the principal products of this project will be to tape English words and expressions followed by their Spanish equivalent, repeated twice. Rather than providing a list of vocabulary along with the tapes, users will be directed to this Website where they can download the latest version of the written dictionary. It is simply impossible to include all of the vocabulary in recordings, and the written dictionary will contain many more words than the recordings.
Team members. The University of California project team for the general dictionary consists of Gregorio Billikopf, Lucia Varela, Jesus Valencia, Ramiro Lobo, Myriam Grajales-Hall and Richard Molinar. Alberto Hauffen and Myriam Grajales-Hall have already been of great help with the technical aspects of the project. David Underwood created the cold fusion program that makes the on-line dictionary program possible. Gregorio Billikopf is the Webmaster and project director. Commodity specific team members include Lucia Varela (viticulture), Arturo Scheidegger (Universidad de Chile) and Tom Shultz and Alejandro Castillo (dairy) and others. Special thanks go to numerous contributors including Roberta Lee Crill (Cornell): Hector Rene Diaz-Saenz (U. of Texas); Alejandro Fernandez del Castillo F (Consultora Logica Empresarial, S. C., Mexico) and numerous other contributors.
Other contributions. As we become aware of either contributions that are not copyrighted or those we obtain permission to include, we will do so, taking the liberty of making needed corrections or changes.
While we are talking about gaining a better ear for language, I also want to invite you to read an article on listening skills, or how to listen to others who need to vent and be heard.