Mango Languages

Learn a Language

Start a conversation. Or sixty. Choose from over 60 world languages including English language courses. Create an account to track your progress. Learn anywhere, anytime.

  • Practice basic conversation.
  • Study up on your grammar.
  • Test yourself with flashcards.
  • Record & compare your pronunciation with the pros.
  • Perfect your pronunciation.
  • Build cultural confidence.

What You Get

  • Chinese
  • Hindi
  • Spanish
  • Arabic
  • Hebrew
  • English for non-English speakers
  • ...and more

Let our expert Jessica show you how in this video tutorial.

Languages Include:

American Sign Language, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Egyptian Arabic, Iraqi Arabic,  Levantine Arabic,  Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) (including Arab Etiquette (MSA) and Superstitions),  Bengali,  Cantonese Chinese,  Chaldean Aramaic,  Cherokee,  Croatian,  Czech,  Mandarin Chinese (including  Business,  Feng Shui,  Zodiac Signs), Danish,  Dari,  Dutch,  Dzongkha,  English,  Shakespearean English,  Farsi,  Finnish,  French (including Argot French,  Romance,  Wine and Cheese),  French Canadian,  Ancient Greek,  German (including Oktoberfest German),  Greek,  Koine Greek,  Biblical,  Haitian Creole,  Hawaiian,  Hebrew,  Hindi,  Hungarian,  Icelandic,  Igbo,  Indonesian,  Irish (including St Patrick’s Day Irish),  Italian,  Japanese,  English Loanwords,  Mimetic Words,  Javanese,  Kazakh,  Korean (including Academic Study), Latin,  Malay,  Malayalam,  , Norwegian,  , Brazilian Portuguese (including Hospitality & Tourism,  Romance,  Soccer Celebration),  Pashto,  Pirate,  Polish,  Potawatomi,  Punjabi (Pakistani),  , Romanian,  Russian (including Slang,  Superstition), Castilian Spanish (including Flamenco Dancing,  Soccer Celebration),  Latin American Spanish (including Business,  Legal,  Medical,  Romance,  Spanish for Librarians,  Text Talk),  Scottish Gaelic,  Serbian,  Shanghainese,  Slovak,  Swahili,  Swedish,  Tagalog,  Tamil,  Telugu,  Thai,  Turkish,  Tuvan, Ukrainian,  Urdu,  Uzbek,  Vietnamese,  Yiddish

Last updated: 12/20/2023

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