Though I was unable to create a free account on The Pronunciator (http://www.pronunciator.com/), I took a virtual tour of the website and learned what it has to offer. It teaches 80 different languages from the point of view of 50 different languages. I think this is a particularly useful feature, since it isn’t always the easiest for native Chinese speaker to learn Spanish through English instruction. The site also offers phrase and grammar tips, pronunciation and pitch lessons, and interactive experiences that really help the language learner. It is unclear whether it is affiliated with Oberlin College (I was not able to log in), but you can quickly test it out by closing out of the log-in window.