Internetradio with WLAN for language learning

Today arrived internetradio and I really managed to get it running over newly acquired  WiFi (wireless or WLAN).

During NIGHT I now start listening  to foreign language – such imitating the listening of an unborn baby to get accustomed to his “mother-language” – which is the reason, why we do not speak of a “father-language”, which seems not existent at all.

So I did mainly vocabulary-learning for POLISH language for 2 years already, I now continue with this language – and by accident I found an UKRAINIAN station sending in POLISH – and LOTS of channels in Poland with  “academic” and “college”content, which is QUITE, QUITE different than here in Germany in “normal radio” (without internet).

And if someone has to practice spelling and writing, there are in QUIZZLET excellent opportunities and drills.

Buike Music And Science

 

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- *1953 in Bremen / Germany - since decennia in Neuss / Germany - classical composer (registered since 2005) - scientific freelance writer - registered to German National Library "Deutsche Bibliothek", search "Bruno Buike", with 246 items in 2013 1996-97 - 5000 qm Rekultivierung Obstwiese mit Kleintierhaltung 2004/05 - 3 Wochen Gartenpflege in einem orthodoxen Kloster in Deutschland 2009 - 3 Wochen Katastrophenhilfe Einsturz des Kölner Stadtarchivs 2011 - journey to Przemysl/Poland - and learning of basic Polish vocabulary and reading/pronounciation 2013 University of Tokyo - Conditions of war and peace - Coursera - Certificate 2013, December - after 15 years in mainly Russian-orthodox and Greek-orthodox affairs return to Roman-Catholic church 2014 National University of Singapur, Conservatory - Write like Mozart. Introduction to classical composition - Coursera Certifikate "with distinction"
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