So ya’ll know I’m into learning languages, if you didn’t notice… you’re very unaware 😛
I had no idea Wiki had a version called WikiBooks to teach things, as in with lessons and some are even PDF’s and can be downloaded, but that’s right.
Particularly of interest to me, it has a bunch of languages! Tho it has for other things, I’m not going to list them because I haven’t searched that side of things xP
Most surprising is that it has a very diverse wealth of languages, including Asian languages!
Of particular notice, there’s a Japanese one, click here; Korean, click here; German, click here; Spanish, which has a PDF version to download, click here; Italian, click here; French, has a PDF version, click here;
I also has uncommon/harder to find languages like Swedish, click here; Finnish, click here; Chinese, where you can find Mandarin, Cantonese, Classical, Pinyin, Hokkien and more, click here; Malay, click here; Arabic, click here; Modern Greek, Ancient, Koine, click here;
And many more that, I can’t list all because it’d be exhausting.
You can choose to find languages by their Continents/Area, click here, and so find the rest. It’s truly a trove, and I think anyone that loves languages will be amazed by this.
Of course, do notice this is made by volunteers and people like me and you, just like in Memrise courses not done by the Memrise team, so be aware it could have some errors and are also works-in-progress.