101 Languages

About 101 Languages


Chuck in Christchurch

This site is an ongoing project started by me in 2005. It’s primary aim is to serve as a resource for various languages. I have added various materials over the years and look forward to adding further stuff in the future. I recognize that some of the languages don’t have much useful information about them, but eventually I would like to change that!

I don’t claim to be an expert linguist but I am a language enthusiast. I have studied Swedish (in Sweden), Dutch (in the Netherlands), and Spanish, French, German, and Ancient Greek in a classroom setting. I’ve also dabbled in several other languages for fun.

Recently I’ve been hooked on Duolingo and have completed the Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Dutch trees (in that order). Now I am working on Vietnamese. You can view my Duolingo profile here.

There has never been a better time to learn a new language and I wish you the best of luck!


P.S. – I share my top language learning tips and resources for free in my Email Crash Course.

  • Shukriya Ibrahim

    Thank you so very much for setting up this site. I just checked out the Turkish lessons and am very impressed. I will be working on learning thru the lessons. Will keep you posted.
    Shukriya – Toronto, Canada.

    • 101languages

      Thanks Shukryia, glad to you like it 🙂

  • Shukriya Ibrahim

    Yes excited to spend sometime with it. 🙂
    That’s the key isn’t it finding the time to learn a new language even though you so badly want to, time eludes you.

    • 101languages

      Yes indeed, I think it is important to have a routine/habit of at least 10-15 minutes per day to make sustained progress.

      • Shukriya Ibrahim

        Yes that is what I have allocated into the schedule and using it as if I am in a meeting, so wont be disturbed 🙂