Release - October 13, 2017
a Language with Pronunciator!
Have you always wanted to learn Spanish, but didn’t like your
high school Spanish teacher? Do you want your 6-year old to start learning
Chinese? Are you going to be vacationing in France soon and need to
know some basic French? The Vineland Public Library’s new online
service, Pronunciator, can help you out, no matter your age, no matter
whether you want to learn just a little or a lot of another language.
Pronunciator offers the opportunity to study 80 different languages
(including English as a second language) in any of 50 languages. It
includes up to 256 live, teacher-led conversation classes per week,
up to 22 months of guided instruction per language, grammar textbooks,
pronunciation analysis, flash cards, apps for your phone or mobile device
and much more. Preparation for the Naturalization test is also available
through 100 videos with interactive exercises in the Citizenship area
Go to the Vineland Library website at www.vinelandlibrary.org and click
on the Pronunciator link to get started. You will need your Vineland
Public Library card to gain access to Pronunciator. Vineland Library
cards are available to Vineland residents, free of charge – just
show photo ID and proof of residence (an up-to-date driver’s license
with your current address will do) at the library’s Front Desk.
The Vineland Public Library is located at 1058 E. Landis Avenue.
All areas of the library are accessible to people with disabilities.
To learn more about library displays, services and programs, (856) 794-4244.
Regular library hours are Monday – Thursday (9-8); Friday and
Saturday (9-5); closed Sunday.