Melanie Moore

Melanie speaks German, Lithuanian, and Japanese and has dabbled in several others. She is an aspiring polyglot and enjoys sharing her passions for language learning and music with anyone she meets.

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June Events: Where You Can Meet Mango Languages

By Melanie Moore |   June 4, 2018

If you’re planning to attend SHRM, ISTE, or ALA Annual this June, be sure to stop by our booth to check out the latest and greatest in language learning. Plus, don’t miss out on the incredible speakers who will be gracing the stages at these events!

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May Book Club: Five Modern German Books You Can Read in English

By Melanie Moore |   May 29, 2018

I’ve been a voracious reader for as long as I can remember, and even after studying German literature for the past eight years, I’ve read but a sampling of the various genres and authors in modern German literature.

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Multiple Perspectives: Why Cultural Diversity Is Necessary for Innovation

By Melanie Moore |   May 21, 2018

Behind every innovation is a diverse team of people with different cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Although it's tempting to believe that similarity is the path to success, true innovation flourishes when fueled by multiple perspectives. 

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May Trade Shows: Where You Can Meet Mango Languages

By Melanie Moore |   May 3, 2018

In many areas of the country, it would seem that winter has outworn its welcome — but not in sunny San Diego! If you can’t make it out to SoCal this month for ATD 2018, check out where else in the world you can meet a Mango.

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April Book Club: Five Favorites Inspired by Shakespeare

By Melanie Moore |   April 23, 2018

As one of the greatest architects of the modern English language, Shakespeare has had quite a legacy — one that is still inspiring new literary endeavors to this day.

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Five Steps to Overcoming Anxiety When Speaking a New Language

By Melanie Moore |   April 17, 2018

Sometimes getting your point across in your native language takes guts — let alone having to share your thoughts in a second language. It can sometimes seem like a task so daunting, we may not even consider trying.

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April Trade Shows: Where You Can Meet Mango Languages

By Melanie Moore |   April 5, 2018

They say that April showers bring May flowers — what about April trade shows? Keep reading to find out which events you can find Mango Languages at this month. We’ll be showering these shows with our signature Mango Languages swag(ger). Come say hola!

 

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Four Lucky Irish Phrases for St. Patrick's Day

By Melanie Moore |   March 14, 2018

No matter your cultural background, may the luck of the Irish be with you this St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re planning to go out to celebrate the holiday, let Mango Languages equip you with some lucky phrases. You’re sure to be a hit at your St. Patrick’s Day party! 

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Learn the World’s Universal Language: Sport

By Melanie Moore |   February 9, 2018

There are few events that unite people quite like sporting events — especially international ones. During global sporting events like the FIFA World Cup, nations are united under a common language that can be understood anywhere in the world.

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Why Double Meanings Matter When Learning a New Language

By Melanie Moore |   November 20, 2017

‘Break a leg!’ is a phrase used within theatre circles to wish performers good luck. It may sound rather dire — especially right before a performance — but it is understood to mean ‘good luck.’ Mango can help you differentiate between phrases with different literal and understood meanings, and therefore spare your poor leg from injury. 

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