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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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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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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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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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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PLA 2018: The Key Takeaway for Public Libraries

By Michael Buckenmeyer |   March 27, 2018

In 2018, remaining relevant requires more than ebooks and genealogy databases. Libraries are now asking how they can engage every member of the community. 

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Celebrate the First Day of Spring With Nowruz Festivities

By Jillian Rodriguez |   March 20, 2018

The first day of spring often feels like the dawn of a new day, especially after the brutal winter so many of us have endured. But Nowruz, or ‘New Day’ in Persian, takes it to the next level with 13 days of festivities celebrating the start of a new year.

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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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March Book Club: Top Five Arabic Books You Can Read in English

By Aya Dhibette |   March 8, 2018

Whether you’re preparing for a trip, wanting to read a book in the language that you’re studying, looking to explore a new culture, or searching for the next great book to read, you'll love my list of five must-read books by Arab authors.

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Holi: The World’s Most Vibrant Festival of Colors

By Jillian Rodriguez |   March 1, 2018

Dancing in the street, water balloons whizzing past your head, people covered head to toe in a rainbow cloud of colors — if that’s what comes to mind when you think of the Festival of Colors, you’re not wrong. But there’s so much more to Holi than meets the eye.

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