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FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY

FOR000000 - General
FOR001000 - African Languages
FOR002000 - Arabic
FOR003000 - Chinese
FOR004000 - Danish
FOR005000 - Multi-Language Dictionaries
FOR006000 - Dutch
FOR007000 - English as a Second Language
FOR008000 - French
FOR009000 - German
FOR010000 - Greek - (Modern)
FOR011000 - Hebrew
FOR012000 - Hungarian
FOR013000 - Italian
FOR014000 - Japanese
FOR015000 - Korean
FOR016000 - Latin
FOR017000 - Miscellaneous
FOR018000 - Multi-Language Phrasebooks
FOR019000 - Polish
FOR020000 - Portuguese
FOR021000 - Russian
FOR022000 - Scandinavian Languages - (Other)
FOR023000 - Serbian & Croatian
FOR024000 - Slavic Languages - (Other)
FOR025000 - Southeast Asian Languages
FOR026000 - Spanish
FOR027000 - Turkish & Turkic Languages
FOR028000 - Yiddish
FOR029000 - Celtic Languages
FOR030000 - Indic Languages
FOR031000 - Native American Languages
FOR032000 - Oceanic & Australian Languages
FOR033000 - Ancient Languages
FOR034000 - Baltic Languages
FOR035000 - Creole Languages
FOR036000 - Czech
FOR037000 - Finnish
FOR038000 - Hindi
FOR039000 - Norwegian
FOR040000 - Persian
FOR041000 - Romance Languages - (Other)
FOR042000 - Swahili
FOR043000 - Swedish
FOR044000 - Vietnamese
FOR045000 - Old & Middle English

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