Lydia Koehn

E aí, tudo bem! A lively lexicologist, Lydia loves munching on alliterative morsels almost as much as she enjoys swapping tales of travel adventures.

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Mango Inglés Brings Flexible Language Learning to Colombia

By Lydia Koehn |   November 28, 2018

Mango Languages is excited to partner with Mango Inglés in Cali, Colombia, to bring English language learning to Latin America!

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[Case Study] How To Maximize Teaching Time and Learning Potential Beyond the K-12 Classroom

By Lydia Koehn |   November 19, 2018

Born and raised in Mexico, Carlos Covarrubias loves sharing the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures with his students — he only wishes that he had more time to do so.

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North Carolina Connects Communities With Free Language Courses

By Lydia Koehn |   April 19, 2018

If you're from the Tar Heel State, learn how you can connect with neighbors and new faces, building a welcoming, diverse community of your own.

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Libraries Lead: Three Surprising Ways Librarians Are Creating Change in Their Communities

By Lydia Koehn |   April 10, 2018

This National Library Week, we’re honoring the legacy of libraries as educational trailblazers. For National Library Workers’ Day today, we’re sharing three surprising ways that librarians across the globe are leading innovation in their communities.


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Language Learning for Anyone, Anywhere, at Any Time

By Lydia Koehn |   February 1, 2018

Presenting the freshest Mango Languages experience yet, our redesigned desktop interface is now complemented through all Android and iOS mobile and tablet platforms. Also equipped with hands-free features, learners can now level up their language learning on the go.


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Challenge Yourself in the New Year with #31DaysofLanguage

By Lydia Koehn |   December 27, 2017

We’re counting down the hours here at Mango until we can officially ring in the New Year! In the meantime, we’re busy jotting down last-minute additions to our lists of resolutions — but our language goals are still on top.


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Like Water for Chocolate? Learn Spanish Idioms from Latin America

By Lydia Koehn |   December 20, 2017

Heading south for the winter? Or looking to spice up your Spanish conversations with local lingo? Be sure to brief yourself on common sayings from Latin America so you can avoid misunderstandings and get a better handle on local cultures.

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New Year, New Design: Mango Is Now Faster, Smarter, and More Accessible Than Ever

By Lydia Koehn |   November 21, 2017

The Mango team has been hard at work on an update to your favorite language-learning resource. Take a virtual tour of the redesigned desktop experience and discover our latest features!


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Learning Mandarin? 10 facts about Han Chinese language and culture that you should know.

By Lydia Koehn |   October 3, 2017

Did you know that Han Chinese (Mandarin) is the most widely spoken language in the world? The need to learn Chinese Mandarin has certainly increased over the last two decades as China's booming population and increasing wealth have become more integrated in the global economy.

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Are You Ready for International Talk Like a Pirate Day?

By Lydia Koehn |   September 12, 2017

Blow me down and brush me barnacles — International Talk Like a Pirate Day is September 19! Make no bones about it — celebrating this holiday is fun for landlubbers and pirates alike.

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