Dictionary & Translation Help
Need a translation dictionary? Try wordreference.com, where they have every language taught at local high schools expect Latin. For Latin, use latin-dictionary.net. Both sites also have information on grammar, verb conjugations, and declensions.
Need something translated? You can use services like Google Translate or Babel Fish at your own risk, but they often get things wrong. The best idea is to get help from a real human being at a site like allexperts.com. Nothing is guaranteed, though!
Online Language Learning
Did you know that the library has three really great online tools to help you learn over 80 different languages? You can even take courses in other languages that will help you get better at English. You can access all this for FREE at the library, or you can access them from home (also free!) with your library card and a computer with an internet connection.
For each of these, you’ll need to make an account. Mango Languages requires a valid e-mail address, so if you don’t have one then you’ll need to use Pronunciator. Make sure you have some headphones, because they all have audio!
Books & DVDs
Also, ask a librarian if you need help finding the specific books and DVDs listed below: