Really Motivate Your Kids to Learn French for Less than 7 Bucks
Parents: If your kid is having trouble with French then you should get this audio course. A lot of kids discover that French is harder than they thought it was going to be. Surprise, surprise. The first couple of weeks of class they think French is fun. That excitement often goes away fast. The increasing difficulty decreases their motivation to study and their grades will predictably suffer. Peer tutoring is often not all that helpful. Most parents can’t afford private lessons from a professional.
Get online. There’s an audio program from languageaudiobooks.com called Freakishly Easy French. It only costs about seven dollars. It doesn’t teach grammar or explain all the details of the language. That’s ok. The school teacher and the textbook can do that. What Freakishly Easy French can do is play the role of a motivator. The words and phrases are not too difficult and the native instructor makes it easy to pronounce them with a true French accent. The guide and narrator, by the way, is a sixteen year old girl! Perfect for teenagers.
Classmates can listen to this French language audio program together. Once they figure out that French is not impossible to pronounce and to learn, they will be more inclined to do their French class homework. Then their French grade will go up. That’ll be worth every penny of your 7 bucks. It’s a wonderful thing when a kid gets motivated to learn a foreign language. It may ultimately lead to interest in a trip to France and an interest in something outside of the place where they grew up. In a world of nations that are becoming increasingly interdependent that is not a bad result.
Of course. The more you listen the better, and more confident, you become.
If You Go Hungry, Get Lost, or Can’t Find the Bathroom in a Spanish Speaking Country after Listening to this Travel & Eat Audio Program, It’s Your Own Fault!!
From your Passport to your Tacos, it’s all here: airports, hotels, cars, coffee, tea, milk, juice, beer, wine, burritos, and beef. That’s the short list. This is a five and a half hour crash course that teaches you how to eat well, travel smart, drink merrily, and improve your Spanish all at the same time.
You learn enough ask directions, and to communicate with waiters and waitresses, cooks and customs agents. The Spanish speakers on the audio say everything slowly enough so that you can understand and repeat. They also say it again at normal talking speed. It doesn’t just teach isolated words. It teaches you how to use those words to make full sentences so that you can understand, speak, and get what you order instead of just point, gesture, and hope for the best.
This Spanish for Travel and Eating Out audio program will get you through the airport and to the hotel, beach, and restaurant easier than you will expect. Learning the material on it before you go will help you get a better ‘taste’ of the culture while you are there - literally!
Say something about yourself!
If you consider learning a foreign language but have any kind of doubts about your ability to learn it or about how to proceed, this is a perfect book for you -- a treasure-trove of motivation bust and practical advice. Also if you've been actually trying to learn one or more foreign languages but without much success, this well be a very helpful book for you. Even if you are already passionate about learning languages and made a tangible progress with one or more of them, this will be inspirational and enriching book for you and -- you will still find lots of useful tips for language learning and will be reassured that what you do is not a crazy obsession but a quest shared by many others.
The author is clearly passionate about languages; his advice is knowledgeable and sincere. Unlike so many others, he does not proclaim himself a discoverer of the best, the one and only, way to learn a foreign language but instead shares a lot of his personal experience and valuable advice, stating that the most important thing to succeed is to be passionate about learning the language. I couldn't agree more.
I didn't expect much from this book (fluent in three months, it's sounds like another marketing gimmick), but it turned out to be one of the best books about language learning I've ever read.