FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., February 28, 2011 — Mango Languages announced today that it has expanded into Ontario, Canada. Beverly Cornell, director of marketing for Mango, made the announcement.
Through Ontario’s extensive public library system, Mango Languages is now available to 70 percent of the province’s population of 13 million. Among the 41 libraries in which Mango Languages can now be accessed are the Ottawa Public Library, Windsor Public Library and Niagara Falls Public Library.
Currently offering nearly 50 self-study language courses, the lessons are presented with an appreciation for cultural nuance and real-world application that goes beyond teaching vocabulary and pronunciation to integrate components of grammar and culture. The Mango methodology teaches actual conversation, breaking down complex conversational elements with a highly interactive interface that enables the user to build important connections between previous lessons.
Since its founding in 2007, Mango Languages has grown to become one of the world’s leading providers of language learning products. That growth will continue throughout 2011, as the company plans to enrich content and introduce several new products, languages and features, each of which will target a specific user profile to meet that user’s specific language needs – the ultimate goal being to learn a language.
Founded in 2007, Mango Languages is recognized as a leading provider of language learning services to libraries, government agencies, corporations and the general public. Designed by a team of linguists, teachers, software developers, human interface specialists, writers, voice talents and designers, the company’s award-winning language learning system has drawn acclaim from prominent national and international reference groups, educational resources, Web organizations and travel guides. For more information, visit www.mangolanguages.com, follow Mango Languages on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mangolanguages or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mangolanguages.