*sometimes mangoes are facetious.
Want to wake up dreading to learn a new language? Looking to hate every second of it? Follow these simple steps:
1. Make it tough to access.
The less accessible, the easier to put off. Make sure you have to go through a lot of steps to get started like having to sift through piles of CDs stuffed in your desk drawer.
Foreign language learning mobile apps? Forget it. Make sure you can only learn tethered to an uncomfortable desk chair.
2. Make it super boring.
Think of your least favorite middle school teacher. You know the one. Make sure your experience feels like you’re stuck back in those little desks.
3. Make it impractical.
Being able to use what you’re learning in a new language is too fun. Here are some of the top phrases you should be learning:
The boy eats the elephant.
The tired man sat on the purple bus.
The young girl likes to waterski.
To learn a new language is a lot of work. It’s never easy. But it can be simple. And it doesn’t have to suck.
Mango is easy to access.
You may even have free access through your public library. Go to our website and and click on the library locator at the bottom of the page to find out.
You can learn remotely online at home in your PJ’s. Bonus points if you can find PJ’s with mangoes on them.
Take language learning with you wherever you go with our mobile apps for Android and iPhone mobile devices.
See? Super easy to access.
Mango is not boring.
With interactive features like phonetic pop-ups and a voice comparison tool that lets you hear your accent compared to a native speaker, you won’t be able to wait for the next lesson.
Mango is practical.
Here’s the deal: Mango takes practical conversations, splits them up into bite-sized parts, teaches you those parts and shows you how to build the original conversation and others. It doesn’t get much more practical than that.
Give un-sucky language learning a try with Mango Languages.