New Telugu Language-Learning Resource Available!

I've decided to make my own Telugu language-learning resource: as I progress with my language-learning journey, I'll produce short, simple lessons teaching what I've learned (link here).

The twist?
No translation exercises. No grammar worksheets. No contrived sentences. No money required (100% free). No stress. No BS.

The website uses a direct-method approach to teaching the language; the site is structured like a storybook. It starts you out with simple sentences accompanied with pictures -- all of the explanations and descriptions are in Telugu. It sounds like it would be impossible to understand anything, but I've engineered the sentences in such a way that you'll be able to figure it out -- try it for yourself! (The link is here)

By the way, I'm not the first person to think of this method. It's been used for decades, maybe even longer: for instance, the Sanskrit website Amarahasa uses a similar method to what I'm doing. This method of teaching languages has been used even as far back as 1955 to teach Latin, as seen by the Lingua Latina per se illustrata series made by Hans ├śrberg.

If you want to try this resource for yourself, the link is here.

Last updated on August 17, 2021