The “Languages of Luxembourg” project is a web-based language learning tool that allows language learners to simultaneously study/learn either 5 languages (LL5) or 7 languages (LL7): Luxembourgish, French, German, Portuguese, English, Arabic and Persian. “Languages of Luxembourg” offers free written and audio material accessible on a website (www.languagesofluxembourg.lu) or as downloadable mobile phone apps (iOS and android). These tools can accompany a more classical approach to language learning, allowing learners to study when, where and how long they want. All the materials are offered free of cost.

This project has been carried out between 2016 and 2018 under the auspices of and with the financial support of Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte through the mateneen initiative. AMCHAM Luxembourg, INTCOMLUX and Mylanguage are the initiating partners who worked together to develop this language learning project.

The written and audio content was developed for  “Beginner“, “Intermediate” and “Advanced“ levels. We have included below the content of Chapter 1 (Greetings) off the “Beginner” level, the complete content for all chapters and levels being accessible at no cost on www.languagesofluxembourg.lu.

The mobile phone applications (iPhone and Android) can be accessed as the “Languages of Luxembourg 5” (LL5) and “Languages of Luxembourg 7” (LL7), via the official Google and Apple mobile applications stores.

The complete written versions are available as downloadable PDF documents :

For more information, please go to the website of the project: www.languagesofluxembourg.lu

Introduction by Prime-Minister of Luxembourg, Xavier BETTEL

Moien,
Félicitatioun! Dir sidd amgaangen, eis Sprooch ze léieren. Ob um Computer doheem oder mam Handy anzwousch ënnerwee – Merci.
D’Intégratioun kënnt vu béide Säiten a Lëtzebuergesch ass eng Intégratiounssprooch.
Dofir: Bonne Chance!

Hi,
Congratulations! You are learning our language. No matter whether it’s at home on your computer or on the go on your phone – thank you either way!
Integration comes from both sides and Luxembourgish is an integration language.
In this sense: good luck!

Beginner

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Intermediate
Advanced