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Languages Offered*

American Sign Language

Arabic

  • Egyptian
  • Iraqi
  • Levantine
  • MSA (Modern Standard Arabic)

Armenian

Azerbaijani

Bengali

Cherokee

Chinese

  • Cantonese
  • Mandarin

Croatian

Czech

Danish

Dari (the variety of Persian spoken in Afghanistan)

Dutch

Dzongkha (official language of the Kingdom of Bhutan)

Farsi (Persian)

Finnish

French

  • France 
  • Canadian

German

Greek

  • Modern
  • Ancient
  • Koine (aka “Alexandrian dialect”, “common Attic Hellenistic”, or “Biblical Greek”)

Haitian Creole

Hawaiian

Hebrew

  • Modern
  • Biblical

Hindi

Hungarian

Icelandic

Igbo (native language of the Igbo people of south-eastern Nigeria)

Indonesian

Irish

Italian

Japanese

Javanese (language of the Javanese people from central and eastern parts of the island of Java, Indonesia)

Kazakh

Korean

Latin

Malay

Malayalam (language spoken in India, predominantly in the state of Kerala)

Norwegian

Pashto (aka “Afghani” or “Pathani”; one of the two official languages of Afghanistan)

Pirate (yes, pirate)

Polish

Portuguese (Brazilian)

Punjabi (native language of the Punjabi people of Pakistan and India)

Romanian

Russian

Scottish Gaelic

Serbian

Shanghainese (a dialect of Wu Chinese spoken in the central districts of Shanghai and surrounding regions)

Slovak

Spanish

  • Latin American
  • Spain

Swahili

Swedish

Tagalog (aka “Filipino”)

Tamil (predominantly spoken by the Tamil people of India and Sri Lanka)

Telugu (a Dravidian language native to India; primary language in several Indian states)

Thai

Turkish

Ukrainian

Urdu (a standardised register of the Hundustani language; lingua franca of Pakistan and an official language in India)

Uzbek (official language of Uzbekistan)

Vietnamese

Yiddish

 

 

*As of October 2016