สวัสดี! སྐུ་གཟུགས་བཟང་པོ།! Welcome back to Adventures in Language! Are you fluent in your second language? How do you know? In this article, we’ll talk about what it means to be fluent, and why that might look a little different..
You don’t need to hear it from us; summer is here. And while just about everyone (including us!) couldn’t be happier, parents, teachers, and librarians know how important it is for kids to keep their minds active and engaged..
Clarion-Goldfield-Dows High School in Clarion, Iowa incorporated Mango Classroom into their new English Learner program. “Early results are already promising” according to a local Iowa publication.
In Mandarin, there are two ways of saying ‘or’: 还是 (háishì) and 或者 (huòzhě). Generally speaking, 还是 (háishì) is for offering two or more choices in a question. 或者 (huòzhě), or sometimes 或是 (huòshì), is usually used in a..
Apa khabar! Welcome back, language learners, to Adventures in Language!
In this mini-series, we’re talking about why hearing your target language “in the wild” may be different from how you learned it. It all boils down to 3..
Welcome back, language teachers, to Adventures in Language!
Kamusta kayo? In this article, we’re talking about building students’ intuition for target language grammar. It all boils down to implicit learning activities. What..
In April, Mango Languages invited advanced Ph.D. candidates to submit applications for Dissertation Awards. These awards recognize exceptional dissertation research at the intersection of second language acquisition and..
One of the most powerful tools in an advocate’s toolbox is a story. Advocates in all fields are often trained to build support for the cause they’re championing by collecting and telling stories, specifically stories about the..
‘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.’
There is some disagreement about..
Did you know that nearly half of the world's languages are in danger of extinction? The most threatened among these are indigenous languages, which are celebrated annually on the second Monday in October; Indigenous People's Day...
Well, blow us down! This 19th o’ September marks the 9th anniversary of our highly celebrated Pirate language course! Officially launched in 2011, libraries around the world have tossed their land-lubbin’ side to the misty sea..