Mango Languages

Deliciously simple language and culture learning.

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A few reasons Brazilians are so proud of their Olympic city — Rio de Janeiro.

By Mango Languages |   Aug 13, 2016 1:43:22 AM

Whether you simply can't contain your excitement about the Olympics or have always dreamed of learning to dance samba while sipping caipirinhas on Copacabana beach, here are some Rio basics to help you soak up this Brazilian city's unique spirit.

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An exclusive sneak peek at our new iPad app coming soon!

By Mango Languages |   Dec 9, 2014 6:20:13 AM

We're gearing up to reveal our brand new, beautiful mobile apps (available on iPhone, Android phone, Android tablet, and iPad). Take an early look at the stunning new interface our dedicated designers and playful programmers prepared with you in mind.

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Our speciality course process: You choose the next one!

By Mango Languages |   Dec 9, 2014 6:15:30 AM

We recently launched 17 (yes, 17!) new specialty courses, and we've got plenty more up our sleeves. Our linguists are here to share the creative process, and empower you to help choose the next specialty course they create. Take a look and voice your opinion!

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Spotlight: South Dakota

By Mango Languages |   Dec 9, 2014 6:10:04 AM

Our mango Meagan is on the quest to track down customers who reach patrons in new and interesting ways. She recently met with Julie Erickson, the Electronic Resources Librarian for South Dakota. From their Electronic Resources Challenge to their support of word-of-mouth marketing, they are promoting rockstars! We've highlighted one of the coolest ways they're getting the word out.

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Take a bite of... gołąbki

By Mango Languages |   Dec 9, 2014 6:00:53 AM

Did you know “gołąbki” mean “little pigeons” in Polish? Unique name for a dish, but I bet you have seen it before. Variations of this traditional Polish stuffed cabbage dish are common throughout Europe and the Middle East. In fact, over 35 countries make this dish, and now you can try a vegetarian version of gołąbki, too, with our recipe below!

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Feliz Cumpleaños Mango

By Mango Languages |   Aug 31, 2014 8:00:36 AM

Mango Languages was launched to the world 7 years ago today, August 31, 2007. I'd like to take a moment to reflect upon the last 7 years with Mango.

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You're Invited: Mango Homeschool Twitter Party

By Mango Languages |   Aug 25, 2014 10:13:30 AM

Homeschool families, we love you. Ever since we tapped into the wonderful world of homeschooling, we can’t stay away. You’re enthusiastic, devoted, and innovative – and those are three of our favorite things.

We want to hang out more, and this Tuesday, we’re throwing a big bash in your honor. The Homeschool interwebs are all abuzz about our Twitter party, and we’re so psyched. Consider the virtual room decked out with orange and green crepe paper and Mango-shaped balloons – and trust us, the party favors will be legendary (spoiler alert: we’re giving out three totally free one-year Mango® subscriptions!).

If you haven’t already, mark your calendars; because your Tuesday evening is booked. Pour a glass a wine, bake a cake, make a Mango smoothie – whip up the indulgence of your choice and join us for a family-friendly event focused around homeschooling, language learning, and you.

Hosted by the iHomeschool Network on behalf of Mango Languages (hey, that’s us!), the event begins at 8 p.m. EST, so hop on Twitter and follow @Mangolanguages and @iHomeschoolnet to join the hour-long conversation – it’ll be fun, interactive, and full of free, fabulous Mango prizes. We’re celebrating learning, language, and culture, and you’re the guest of honor.

We’ll be answering all of your burning questions on how to build real-world language skills, boost cultural confidence, and instill a lifelong love of languages in your children. With over 60 languages to choose from, language learning can be the adventure of a lifetime, and we want to show you just how much Mango can do for your family. This Twitter party is all about swapping ideas and gathering your feedback; plus we'll be awarding free Mango swag to the coolest language-learners on the planet: our homeschool families (shh – don’t tell!).

There ain’t no party like a homeschool party, because a homeschool party don’t stop. We’re a dedicated and passionate group who wants to change the world by enriching lives with language and culture, and we can’t wait to hear from you. Mango is fun, effective, and 100% kid-friendly – so don’t be surprised if your little ones demand an invitation to the party.

Bring them along to share their thoughts and ideas and introduce them to the big, bright world of language learning with Mango. Tweet us your language-learning hopes, dreams, and aspirations – and be sure to trademark all of your correspondence with the hashtag #ihsnet so that we’re all speaking the same language. Homeschool friends, we’ll see you on Twitter this Tuesday!

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Which fictional language has the biggest fans?

By Mango Languages |   Aug 18, 2014 11:20:30 AM

Game of Thrones enthusiasts, Lord of the Rings fans, Avatar buffs, and Trekkies: which fictional language would you most like to learn? Cast your vote below.

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Mango is hiring!

By Mango Languages |   Aug 8, 2014 11:59:47 AM

Have you always dreamed of working at Mango Languages? Well, we can’t wait to meet you.

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Five language and learning myths, debunked.

By Mango Languages |   Aug 7, 2014 10:46:37 AM

Language lovers are a unique bunch. They seek out new cultures, embark on wild adventures, and willingly study grammar concepts – all because they see the globe as one great big learning opportunity. It’s a good life, and we’ve found that most people become language lovers the moment that they start studying a new language. But in our line of work, we hear some pretty wild language and culture myths from would-be language rock stars. It’s time to put a stop to it.

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