I'm a beginner with Pali, but I find this to be a great resource:http://buddhism.lib.ntu.edu.tw/BDLM/en/ ... _pali3.jsp
(The text of the Dhammapada, with syntactical and lexical analysis, and full audio)
I can't imagine a better learning resource.
I have spent much time learning Japanese, and so it might be that this kind of resource is better for me, as I'm already familiar with learning foreign phonetics, grammar, vocabulary, etc. For those who have learned a second language, imagine having audio accompanying a large text, plus not only the dictionary for each word (in context) but also a full etymological analysis!
The first hundred or so gatha work fine in my (unicode-enabled, modern) browser, but the later gatha require an additional font that can be found somewhere on that site.
Oops, I just noticed that this link was already posted. But, I think it wasn't made clear in that link just how valuable this resource is, so I'm going to post this anyway.
I hope it helps!