Pronunciator is the Language Learning program at Beloit Public Library

The Language Learning program at Beloit Public Library
Is “Pronunciator” and it is live,

You must either have a Beloit Public Library card to use it from home,

or be in the Library building and use our computers or wifi.

Pronunciator

Look on the Library homepage – “beloitlibrary.org” >
“Discover, Investigate, Grow” > “Learn a Language”.

If you have any questions on how to access it,
contact the staff at the Library Reference.

I have practiced setting up an account,

and have used the program.

It works great as a portable app also.

I was practicing Spanish on my tablet in Tucson, AZ.

It is very enjoyable, easy, and has

reading, writing, spelling, speaking, and listening aspects.

Pronunciator was developed by a librarian for Libraries and

great if you want to learn the language(s) of your ancestors,

or to learn English as a recent immigrant.

http://www.beloitlibrary.org/content/learn-language

I think that you will enjoy it more than any other database you have tried,

and I hope that you have as much fun using it as I have.

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