Articles+ contains records for materials in over 50 languages. Before or after performing a search, you can limit the results to one or more languages. To see the number of citations available in each language, with a blank search box, click search. Then, at the bottom of the right column, click on Language, and then more....
In Articles+ there are two distinct language attributes: 1) the language of the record, 2) language of the work itself (book, article, etc.). The Language limit uses the language of the work, while native-language searching uses the language of the record.
You may change the language of the search interface in Franklin Articles+. To select from over 30 available interface languages, click the icon and then English in the pop-up menu
Relevance Language Boost - When one changes the search interface to be in another language, the results in the user interface language are boosted. This feature is useful when a given query term can be a word in multiple languages, and when the results include records in multiple languages.
When in a specific language interface, in instances where the final vowel of a word is dropped when the next word begins with a vowel, when the second word is searched, both forms are found. For example, in French, searching amour will also find l'amour.