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Special Resources and Facilities
Some of the special resources and facilities at the University of Washington include:
the Language Learning Center, the Middle East Resource Center, and the Speech and Hearing Sciences Laboratory.

Opportunities for study outside the University of Washington are available through Fulbright grants, through the Alaska Native Language Center and through other grants and exchanges.
Graduate students in Linguistics who desire professional training in foreign language teaching may also earn UW's Graduate Certificate in Second/Foreign Language Teaching.

Languages
Some of the languages taught at the University of Washington are:

Akkadian, Azerbaijani, Classical Arabic, Aramaic, Braj, Bulgarian, Classical and Modern Chinese, Coptic, Cornish (by special arrangement), Czech, Danish, Old English, Finnish, French, Middle High German, Modern German, Old High German, Gothic, Classical Greek, Biblical Hebrew, Modern Hebrew, Hindi, Old Icelandic, Krio, Old Irish (by special arrangement), Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Kirghiz, Korean, Latin, Manchu, Marathi, Mongolian, Nepali, West Norse, Norwegian, Pali, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Provencal, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbo-Croatian, Sinhala, Old Church Slavonic/Slavic, Old Saxon, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tamil, Tatar, Thai, Telugu, Tibetan, Middle Turkic, Old Turkic, Turkmen, Turkish, Ottoman Turkish, Ugaritic, Old Uighur, Uighur, Ukranian, Uzbek, Vedic.

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