5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117
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Language Program Offered by HCPL

Haltom City Public Library Pronunciator ProgramThe world's largest language-learning service is now a free program being offered by the Haltom City Public Library to library card-holders.

Pronunciator has 80 languages and 50 languages in which to learn them...for a total of 4,000 possible course combinations.

Simply put, Pronunciator offers a way to learn a new language for over 95% of the world's population.

Pronunciator uses a structured, building-block approach to teach the full range of language skills, including reading, writing, listening and speaking. Within each language, Pronunciator offers up to 10,000 phrases; 354 hours of audio lessons; 10 types of interactive drills; and 6 types of scored quizzes.

To get started visit this link and simply enter the information requested.

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