You really have to check these out!
Michael Hanel 1st mentioned them here --> <<http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2562>>
There's more gold in them Concordia Hills. You owe it to your language studies to check out their "Exegetical Resources" page.Quote:
there are two ways to navigate to it
1. Open up iTunes and load the iTunes Store.
2. Once store is loaded you should see a link within the iTunes store called "iTunes U" (it's right under iTunes Latino)
3. Open up Concordia Seminary (under Universities which are in alphabetical order)
Use the link found on this page to launch iTunes U.
The value of these is taking your learning or review to the next level, by reading. You go from learning 1st year morphology and grammar stuff (theory) to reading in an actual language text with someone who knows that language (practice).
Since they are podcast, you can subscribe to these as well as download them.
*PS - this will be my last post in this thread for a while. I have oodles of daily multimedia material to enjoy.
*PPS - A daily dab 'ill do ya just fine, when disciplined over days, weeks, months and years.