Pronunciator is a language learning resource created by Robert Savage and based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Find Pronunciator Language Learning in GoWYLD.net under the Language Learning subject area. You’ll also find a tutorial and a link to the help center.
Create a login or take a look using Instant Access, which provides you full access to Pronunciator for the duration of the current session without needing to register. No record of your quiz scores or progress is kept (unlike when you register, which allows you to track progress and store quiz scores indefinitely). Pronunciator offers self-directed learning for the casual learner or those looking for more in-depth language instruction.
You can learn Spanish (Latin America, Mexican and Spain), Japanese, Greek, Hebrew, American Sign Language and Mexican Sign Language (20,000 instructional videos each), Sanskrit, Norwegian, ESL courses and many more (164!). Included are downloadable phrasebooks, feature films with integrated drills and quizzes, and downloadable audio lessons.
And, if you’re learning a language for your job, whether you’re a nurse, a firefighter, a cashier, a carpenter — or any of 60 occupations — you can build a personalized course designed specifically for your job.
To learn more about how to use Pronunciator, check out this webinar and the Niche Academy tutorial. For more information contact your local library or Chris Van Burgh, Wyoming State Library Database Instruction Librarian, email@example.com.