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They offer unique courses, such as Kenyan Sign Language, and French as spoken in West Africa. They have MP3 files and downloadable transcripts.
They have very few repetitions, so expect to rewind a lot. For example in Arabic they give English, then the Arabic word twice, quickly, then a pause, then go on to the next word. In Ukrainian they give English, Ukrainian, pause, Ukrainian. In Bambara, French, and Thai they give the target language once, then English, with never much pause at all. In Russian they give English and Russian from an American, then English and Russian from a Kazakh, no pauses. In Chinese they give English, then Chinese from a native speaker, Chinese from an American, no pauses. These all may help when a volunteer is immersed with a host family, but will be hard for others to use. For sign language I wish the signer were larger and could be slowed, but loved the signs for fruit and vegetables.