4 Reasons to Choose Transparent Language Online over Mango Languages

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Containing more languages, significantly more learning material in each language, a wider variety of learning activities, and coverage of all four language skills, Transparent Language Online provides learners with a far more in-depth learning experience. And with the exclusive Learned Vocab refresh system, learners can take comfort in knowing that what they've learned is never forgotten.

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4 Reasons to Choose Transparent Language Online over Mango Languages

  1. 1. 4 Reasons to Choose Transparent Language Online ─ over ─ Mango Languages
  2. 2. 1. Alphabet Learning
  3. 3. For most English speakers, learning to read or write in languages that use an unfamiliar alphabet or writing system such as Arabic, Russian, or Thai can be intimidating and challenging. Without this foundational knowledge, learners cannot move on to more advanced concepts including vocab and grammar.
  4. 4. Transparent Language Online –vs– Mango Languages Transparent Language Online provides full alphabet courses that teach the letters of the alphabet and their corresponding sounds in 30+ languages. Sorry, Mango Languages does not offer any alphabet courses or instruction on the names, sounds, shapes, or keyboard locations of letters. *As of January 2016
  5. 5. 2. Breadth & Depth of Learning Materials
  6. 6. To reach the widest audience possible, language platforms should include more languages, more levels, and more learning opportunities.
  7. 7. Transparent Language Online –vs– Mango Languages  Transparent Language Online 100+ foreign languages 25+ ESL courses 2300+ unique words and phrases  Mango Languages 69 foreign languages 19 ESL courses 700 unique words and phrases *As of January 2016
  8. 8. 3. Covering All 4 Language Skills Listen Speak Read Write
  9. 9. Would you ever buy a math tutoring system that completely left out lessons on division? Of course not. Similar to mathematics, language also revolves around four fundamental skills – reading, listening, speaking, and writing – all of which need to be sufficiently covered in order to master a new language.
  10. 10. Transparent Language Online –vs– Mango Languages Listening Speaking Reading Writing/Typing Listening Speaking Reading Writing/Typing *As of January 2016 Mango Languages is lacking in activities that practice writing or typing skills. Transparent Language Online provides two separate typing systems for learners of all levels.
  11. 11. 4. Language Retention
  12. 12. In order to truly master a language, a learner must do three things: • Acquire the language through study of vocabulary and grammar • Enhance his or her knowledge of the language by exploring its idiosyncrasies and culture • Sustain what has been learned over time to ensure that it's not forgotten
  13. 13. Transparent Language Online –vs– Mango Languages Acquire Enhance Sustain Acquire Enhance Sustain *As of January 2016 Mango Languages, while providing initial acquisition and some enhancement, offers only limited sustainment. Transparent Language Online’s learned vocab refresh system uses an algorithm to keep track of how “fresh” or “stale” a word or phrase is and will prompt learners to refresh stale items periodically.
  14. 14. Containing more languages, significantly more learning material in each language, a wider variety of learning activities, and coverage of all four language skills, Transparent Language Online provides learners with a far more in-depth learning experience. And with the exclusive Learned Vocab refresh system, learners can take comfort in knowing that what they've learned is never forgotten.
  15. 15. Want to learn more? See how Transparent Language Online helps bring language learning to libraries, educational institutions, and corporate organizations. This deck necessarily includes subjective opinions of the author, Transparent Language, Inc. The language market seems to generate more than its fair share of hype and overstatement, so we encourage you to verify our assertions, and take the time to look and compare for themselves. Mango Languages is trademark of Creative Empire, LLC, d/b/a Mango Languages

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