Mango is fun and easy to use, self-paced language learning program with courses in over 70 languages! Library patrons can create an account using their email address and start learning right away. Mango language courses are accessible on a computer or an Apple or Android mobile device using free apps that allow users to take their learning with them, with or without an internet connection. Get started now!
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American Sign Language Browser from Michigan State University.
Search with tabs for dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, and translator.
Digital Dialects Language Learning Games
Language resources include games for learning phrases, numbers, useful words, spelling, verb conjugation and alphabets for 70 languages. Games use Macromedia Flash Player.
Ethnologue: Explore the Languages of the World
Ethnologue contains information on 7,105 known living languages.
Foreign Service Institute Language Courses
Free online language courses developed by the Foreign Services Institute.
All the words in the world, pronounced. Features audio pronunciation clips of 2,568,634 words in 319 languages.
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My Language Exchange
Find a partner in this online community and practice your second language– any language– with a native speaker who is learning your language. Offers lesson plans, text chat rooms and other support materials.
Open Culture Language Lessons
Learn 40 languages for free.