Mango Languages

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What is Mango?

Mango Languages is an online language learning system teaching actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages. It’s the easiest way to learn to speak a foreign language.

What makes Mango great?

Mango teaches actual conversation language skills. Mango uses real-life situations and actual conversations to more effectively teach a new language. By listening to, repeating after and engaging in conversation with other native speakers, our users not only learn individual words and phrases, they learn how to use them in practical situations and conversations.

Mango is easy and convenient to use.

Mango is based on an easy-to-follow interface and simple, clear instructions. Because it’s completely webbased, users can learn anywhere they have an internet connection — at the library, a coffee shop, or even home in bed. Our system offers a variety of formats and tools to help them learn in the way best suited to their needs. Choose from a variety of tools and formats, including Mango Complete or Mango Basic!

Mango delivers extraordinary results.

Because Mango is so effective and easy to use, our users are able to have a basic conversation in a foreign language after just one lesson! Our interactive approach is engaging, not to mention fun. Users see progress with every session, and are encouraged to keep talking. In no time at all, you’ll be able to navigate all sorts of everyday situations — get directions, order a meal, make new friends — the possibilities are endless!

Mango is specifically designed for use in libraries.

We are dedicated to supporting library staff, and to providing valuable, affordable resources that meet the growing language needs of the communities they serve. Our online system provides everything libraries need to deliver language learning to patrons – no training, downloads or installation required. All users need is an internet connection and a library membership.

Mango Languages offers complete and basic courses in many languages

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