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Multilinguals on Desktops

Which memberships can access Multilinguals?

  • Members must have the top tier membership, the Palladium Membership, to access them.

How are the sets of Multilinguals accessed?

  • By merely clicking Multilingual Sets under Palladium on the Members Only page, all ten sets will pop up. Then, to commence a learning session, click on one of the sets. ​

 Shows Index of Multilingual Sets in English

What does a set look like opened?

Shows Stories 253-4 of Multilinguals Set Eight

How are the stories read aloud?

  • Actually, there are five or six ways to do so, depending on how you count Word documents. Here they are --

  1. By clicking on the "Translate" icon on the URL toolbar.

  2. By right-clicking an any word of a story then left-clicking on "Read aloud," from the drop-down menu. ​

  3. By selecting an individual story with your mouse then right-clicking "Open selection in Immersive Reader" from the drop-down menu.

  4. For members with Microsoft Word, by copying a selection, then pasting it on a blank page.

  5. Also with Word, you can modify the look of a story according to your child's particular needs, and you can modify the story in additional ways by toggling the Immersive Reader. 

  6. By copying a story and pasting it onto the user box of Google Translate.

The many ways to access Multilinguals makes it possible for speakers of virtually every language to access them. Of the 109 world languages, roughly sixty percent of them can be read aloud by a TTS speaker.

Can you click on a word to hear its pronunciation

Yes, to do so you double left-click on the word you want to look up then right click on "Define" from the drop-down menu. 

Depicts how "cloak" is pronounced & gives the definition of the word with an example of how it can be used.


Can you click on a word and hear its definition

Yes, you can. To do so, double left-click on the word then choose either search the web or search the sidebar, that will open a wide array of possibilities. Below is an example:  

On left, it shows "artichoke" highlighted in a story, and on the right there's a green picture of same in the sidebar

Is access to the web and sidebar available when using foreign languages?

​Yes indeed, and the videos found there are extremely culturally enriching.

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