"Teach your students how to figure out tricky texts in any language." UW-Madison released Syntax Untangler for public use in August 2011. This is an online activity that asks the learner to visually mark up a short primary text in any language in order to improve small-scale reading skills. Any instructor can easily create and publish their own Syntax Untangler content at any time. It is particularly designed for training language learners to recognize any kind of linguistic feature. For example, you can teach students of German how to figure out the meaning of sentences that use a separable-prefix verb, or you might train students of Chinese how to find the main subject in a Chinese statement. Instant feedback makes it fun and effective.