Voltaire once said, “History is the study of all the world’s crimes.” It’s quite uncompromising, isn’t it? Let’s take a look at what LingQ has in store for us in the realm of history this week.
If you’ve never heard of Vikings in Spain, you’re not alone. Discover why they didn’t make it there in this podcast episode:
(Intermediate 1 level)
Have you ever wondered why Brazil is one of the most culturally diverse countries on the planet? Find out here:
(Advanced 2 level)
Curious about the “Father of the Dutch state” and who stood their ground against Spain? Learn more about Willem van Oranje here:
(Beginner 2 level)
Italy, as we know it today, owes much to one man in a red shirt with incredible courage: Garibaldi. Find out more about this historical figure here:
(Intermediate 2 level)
Are each of these available in all languages, or only in the language codes shown in the urls (eg, es, pt, nl, it)?
(I am a newbie, so I apologize if my ignorance is causing me to ask a silly question.)
Only in the language shown in the URLs. This is audio content that has been imported into LingQ via the new Whisper transcription engine.
These are only in those specific languages. For instance, the above Italian lesson about Garibaldi is from an Italian podcast, which I got permission from the author to share with other LingQ users.