The Daily Translation
A site devoted to translation problems, The Daily Translation is dedicated to logic students everywhere. A new problem is posted every day—usually drawn from the news, though there was a longish stretch, from February 13 to May 23 in 2004, when we used quotations, proverbs, and sayings instead. To do the problems, one does need to be familiar with elementary logic, and the particular systems of logic here presupposed (and used in the answers) are systems presented in the second edition of Benson Mates’s Elementary Logic (New York: Oxford UP, 1972). But even if you don’t know anything about formal logic, you might find this interesting. Why not take a look and see?