Online resources for learning French.
About.com French - A useful resource for grammar etc, once you feel the need for a complement to Duolingo.
BBC Languages: French - archived page.
Livelingua: Foreign Service Institute - French - Basic Course (Volume 1).
Livelingua: Foreign Service Institute - French - Basic Course (Volume 2).
Livelingua: Foreign Service Institute - French Phonology.
Livelingua: Foreign Service Institute - French - Metropolitan French FAST Course.
Livelingua: Foreign Service Institute - French Headstart for Belgium.
Open University: French - en Ville. Intermediate course.
Open University: French - Le quatorze juillet. Intermediate course.
Open University: French - Ouverture. Intermediate course.
University of Texas: Français interactif.
Spotify: Learn French - audio course.
YouTube: French Beginner's Serial and Oral Course 2016, by Evan Der Millner.
The most common and irregular verbs of French - frenchlinguistics.co.uk
À vs De - About.com
French Accents - About.com
Gallica: Digital repository of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
A collection of free online resources for learning Ancient Greek.
A Digital Tutorial For Ancient Greek: Based On John William White's First Greek Book, Created by Jeff Rydberg-Cox, Classical and Ancient Studies Program, University of Missouri-Kansas City. good online exercises, using examples drawn from Xenophon's Anabasis.
Learn Ancient Greek - Collection of free Ancient Greek textbooks.
Spiphanies: Audio Resources for Ancient Greek.
Elpenor: Bilingual Anthology of Greek Literature.
Memrise: Ancient Greek flashcard courses.
YouTube: Learn Ancient Greek, with Prof. Leonard Muellner. Center for Hellenic Studies.
Free online texts
New Testament Greek Vocabulary: biblicalgreek.org
See also the Tom's Learning Notes Greek Literature category
The philosophy discipline is fortunate in having not just one but two peer-reviewed encyclopedias online, as well as some incredible podcasts.
History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps - by Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and at King's College London.
Philosophy in India - by Peter Adamson and Jonardon Ganeri (Professor of Philosophy at NYU, Visiting Professor at King's College London and Professorial Research Associate at SOAS.
Philosophy for Beginners - by Marianne Talbot, Director Of Studies in Philosophy at the University of Oxford's Department for Continuing Education.
University College London: The London Philosophy Study Guide.
See also: Tom's Learning Notes Philosophy category.