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Exploring Languages with Pronunciator Program Recap

Pronunciator is a robust, web-based language learning program that is available through the New Jersey State Library for authorized users (New Jersey state employees and students/staff of Thomas Edison State University).  It offers courses in 80 languages, which can be learned in any of 50 native languages.  It offers different learning modes, from structured Learning Guides designed to take you through the beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses to an unstructured and customizable format, allowing the user to explore the language through Postcards, film, poetry, and more.  Interactive pronunciation drills and voice comparison analysis allow the user to perfect their speech and study the language in a deeper context.  In addition, Pronunciator offers its ProLive feature for some languages, allowing users to converse with a native speaker.  To learn more, please view our webinar or search for “Pronunciator” on our Databases page.

About Andrew Dauphinee

Education and learning are passions of mine. Lifelong learning is a core part of who I am and I strive pass that desire for information on to everyone I meet. As the Instruction and Outreach Librarian, it is my goal to provide quality, informative, and relevant programming to meet the diverse needs of our patrons. Please contact me regarding programming at adauphinee@njstatelib.org.