If you haven't checked out our new foreign language learning database Mango Languages, what are you waiting for? With twelve different languages and hundreds of different sessions at all levels, Mango Languages has made learning a foreign language simple and entertaining. Check it out the EVPL's newest database addition today!
Also, for those of you interested in using Mango Languages to learn Mandarin Chinese or Japanese, there is an important update that you may need to acquire to see the Asian font on your computer screen. Some users have reported seeing squares where the calligraphy should be. Mango Languages was nice enough to provide me links to important downloadable fonts that should fix the problem. Most of these problems are occuring with older computers not having the Asian fonts installed on their systems. Mango Languages is currently working permanent solution to this problem.
Please try downloading and installing one of the following fonts if you are having any problems:
Mango Language Font Download 1
Mango Language Font Download 2
Mango Language Font Download 3
For those of you who may be confused by the title of this post, let me explain. When I worked in a local grocery store department some years ago many people referred to a green pepper as a mango. I, myself, always referred to a mango as a mango and green pepper as green pepper, but still to this day when I hear people refer to green peppers as mangos it drives me crazy. For those interested, here are a couple links that explain this expression and the root of it: Mangos and Green Peppers.