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Audio Bible

Bible The Childhood of Moses, illustration from a Bible card published in 1900 by the Providence Lithograph Company, public domain image
Now you can stream any chapter in the Bible in audio format, thanks to Bible Gateway. Choose to listen in either Real Audio or Flash Player, pick the version, book and chapter you want to hear and click “play audio”. Please note that you must have either Real Audio or Flash Player on your computer to hear the audio.

There are also foreign language audio Bible readings available in Spanish, Farsi, Arabic and Slovak.

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Biblical Languages

Hebrew Bible, Thomas Dobson

Want to hear what Hebrew sounds like?

Click here to find each chapter in the Old Testament read in Hebrew.

Here is a link to The Lord’s Prayer read in Aramaic.

CurrClick offers several products to teach children to read Hebrew or Greek.

These links will take you away from My Audio School.  Kids, please get permission before leaving My Audio School.

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The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe

Raven, Corvus corax by Franco Atirador

The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe

Raven, Edgar Allen Poe

Read this poem yourself.

Here is The Raven in some foreign languages, for you language students:

Corvus (Latin)

Latin e-text

El Cuervo (Spanish)

Spanish e-text

De Raaf (Dutch)

Dutch e-text

Le Corbeau (French)

French e-text

Der Rabe (German)

German e-text

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My Crazy Life Spanish

Here is a video trailer of the BBC’s new beginner’s Spanish language program, My Vida Loca (My Crazy Life). This series incorporates excellent video, immersion language techniques, grammar notes and a mystery all into one. It is also free!

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Speaking the Latin Vulgate: John 1: 1-7

Speaking the Latin Vulgate John 1: 1-7

We are learning to recite John 1: 1-7 in Latin  in our Classical Conversations group this year.


Here is a fantastic audio link in which you can hear the passage read in both Ecclesiastical and Classical pronunciation! 

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