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Mango Languages

Whether you're planning a trip abroad, connecting with family heritage, or simply want to expand your horizons, the Mango Languages learning platform can help you start your instructional journey. This resource is available at no cost with your Temple Public Library card.

The language-learning platform is ideal for all ages. Young children quickly pick up new languages and often reach near-native fluency. Adults also benefit, with language learning enhancing cognitive function and reducing the risk of age-related decline.

Mango provides a comprehensive and effective language learning resource that uses a practical, real-world approach. Users can choose from more than 70 languages, including Spanish, French, Mandarin, and even Pirate!

Language courses through Mango focus on phrases and vocabulary used in everyday interactions. Whether you're ordering food at a restaurant, asking for directions, or making new friends, Mango prepares you for real-life situations. Cultural insights are included throughout the lessons, providing a deeper understanding of the customs and traditions associated with the language you're learning. 

The user-friendly platform makes it easy to learn on the go and across devices. Don't miss this chance to unlock a world of languages with Mango. Start today and discover how fun and rewarding learning a new language can be!

How to Get Started

Getting started with Mango at the Temple Public Library is simple. All you need is your library card number. Visit the Niche Academy course page to learn more and begin your language journey.
  1. Access Mango Languages on your computer, tablet, or phone.
  2. Sign up with your library card number and create an account.
  3. Choose a language from the extensive list of courses available.
  4. Embark on your journey to break down language barriers and open up new opportunities for communication and cultural understanding.
For those interested in further enhancing their language skills and cultural knowledge, here are books available for checkout at the Temple Public Library:

by Elizabeth Page, Assistant Director

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