Monterey County Free Libraries King City Branch (Ryan Cronk/Staff)

MONTEREY COUNTY — Monterey County Free Libraries has announced the availability of Transparent Language Online for Libraries, a complete language-learning system with courses and lessons designed to build listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.

“We are excited that students receiving literacy instruction can augment their learning through Transparent Languages,” said Sarah Hoeffel, literacy and volunteer services manager for MCFL. “Those waiting for instruction can get started by practicing with this resource.”

Transparent Language Online allows learners to explore a new language in the comfort of their own home, at the library or on-the-go. By visiting, MCFL library card holders will have unlimited access to more than 110 languages, including English (ESL) for speakers of over 30 languages.

Transparent Language Online for Libraries is packed with pronunciation practice, speech analysis, grammar, writing activities and vocabulary-building activities. This language-learning program works on computers and mobile devices through a web browser or mobile app.

Monterey County Free Libraries serves communities in Monterey County through 16 branches, spread throughout the county, and two bookmobiles.

Visit a local branch library for more information on how to access this service, or go to MCFL’s “Online Resources” web page.

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