Mango Languages


  • Nataliia Kavun Ohio University



Language learning websites, Russian, language learning, audiolingual approach, behaviorism


Mango Languages is an online language learning platform founded in 2007. It offers courses in over 70 languages. The courses are both available through the mobile application on Android and iOS and the website platform. This review will take a close look at the website version for its Russian course. There are four major units that include 10 chapters. In all, Mango Languages offers 390 language lessons, teaching different conversational and grammar topics.

Author Biography

Nataliia Kavun, Ohio University

Natalia Kavun is pursuing a doctoral degree in Instructional Technology at Ohio University. She completed her Master’s in Applied Linguistics from Ohio University in 2017. Her major interests are CALL and students’ perceptions of hybrid learning. She is currently working as a teaching assistant in the Educational Studies Department at OU.


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How to Cite

Kavun, N. (2019). Mango Languages. CALICO Journal, 36(3), 256–265.



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