Transparent Language Online

Transparent Language Online

This guide will help you get started with learning a new language.

You can print or download this Transparent Language Online helpsheet [846 KB].

With over 110 languages to choose from, including English for speakers of over 30 languages, there is something for every learner. Best of all, with mobile apps for iOS and Android devices, learners can enjoy the freedom to learn at home, in the library, or on the go.

Please note: Transparent Language Online is compatible with Google Chrome browser only.

How to use Transparent Language Online

Go to eInformation: Online Reference Library and click A-Z of electronic resources.

Screenshot of Online Reference Library Tiles

Then scroll down to Transparent Language Online.

Screenshot of link to Transparent Learning Online

To start learning you will need to set up an account. When you have filled in your details and agreed to the terms and conditions, you’ll be able to log in anywhere with your email address and password.

Screenshot of account setup page


Choose the language you want to learn from the list available.

Screenshot of language options




Once you have chosen your language, you can access the various parts of Transparent Language Online via the Learning Screen. Start by trying the Welcome lesson – a short introduction with only a few words and phrases, designed to introduce you to some of the most common activities and get you used to the process of learning with Transparent Language Online.

Screenshot of Welcome Lesson


You can set your own daily learning goal.

Screenshot of daily learning goal options


The Practice panel gives you different activities to practice your listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.

Screenshot of Practice Panel options

Some languages will have a Kidspeak option on the Learning Screen. KidSpeak is a fun, animated application designed to teach languages to children.

Screenshot of Kidspeak options

Other ways we can help you find the information that you need:

Contact the Library Service

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Local History


Homework and Research

This guide has been produced by West Sussex County Council Library Service © 2022.

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