Press Release -- Language Lectures for Cruise Ships Now Available
New Type of Cruise Ship Lectures Announced
A new approach to foreign languages has been developed that is perfect for short lectures on cruise ships for the first time ever. This is good news for travelers on cruises to foreign countries, especially in the Mediterranean or Caribbean where several different languages are spoken.
This new type of entertaining cruise ship lectures is based on the fact that a very easy approach to foreign travel words is to quickly show travelers how much they already know about some languages just because they know English. Which turns out to be a lot.
These new cruise ship lectures have been developed by RJ Masters, creator of the Easiest Foreign Languages website: www.easiest-foreign-languages.com.
In these new cruise ship lectures, the foreign words included are similar to English. Some are spelled exactly like English, others slightly different.
Since travelers already know the English versions of these foreign words, this enables the presentation to be easily followed by a general audience, more entertaining than educational, with no need to take notes.
For destination lectures, these foreign words similar to English are like old friends from home that will help passengers communicate when they visit foreign ports.
Easiest Foreign Languages website has a humorous emphasis with 70 stories in the section Humor of Language Learners, which will be used to make these presentations both educating and entertaining infotainment by telling interesting stories rather than just facts.
Easiest Foreign Languages will appeal to the highly educated guests on luxury cruises who want to be informed.
PERFECT FOR CRUISE LECTURES:
These foreign words similar to English are easy enough to introduce in a forty-five minute cruise ship lecture for beginners.
They will effortlessly discover how much they already know about these foreign languages just from knowing English.
This is needed most on cruises in the Mediterranean and Caribbean to multi-lingual destinations, or single foreign language ports such as Tahiti and South America.
This new Easiest Language approach is the first one easy enough for cruise ships.
This is the very easiest and quickest way possible to prepare for some foreign languages because it is an easy Review of English that is a quick Preview of a Foreign Language.
And obviously nothing could be easier than that.
It is made possible because thousands of foreign words are similar to English, especially in writing.
So even without ever having taken a foreign language course, total beginners will be amazed to find they can already read a surprising amount in the following ten easiest languages: Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and even Romanian.
Each of these foreign languages has thousands of words similar to English, which are much easier for travelers to read and remember than any foreign words unrelated to English.
In each language, the words similar to English can be thought of as Easiest French, Easiest Spanish, and Easiest Italian, etc.
Here’s an example of Easiest French: Mon nom est Paul. Informez ma famille. Où sont des toilettes accessibles aux handicapés?
Example of Easiest Spanish: Es urgente. ¿Cuál es el número de información? Mi teléfono no funciona. ¿A qué distancia está Guadalajara? ¿Cuánto cuesta un taxi al puerto?
Example of Easiest Italian: Avete informazioni su un’escursione a Roma? C’è un’audio guida in inglese? Quanto costa per un’ora? C’è la toilette per i disabili?
One lecture shows examples of all ten Easiest Foreign Languages that travelers will be able to read.
Travelers will discover how many words they know in these easiest languages just because they know English. They will recognize more foreign words than they realize.
So for the first time ever, it is possible in advance for travelers to prepare for foreign words they could encounter when they go ashore from a cruise ship in foreign ports.
One lecture reveals Foreign Words Beginners Know How to Pronounce from English.
Sound similarities are far fewer than spelling similarities to English. So this lecture will take travelers a step further. It will prepare them for listening to and then speaking a foreign language.
Travelers who always dreamed of knowing a foreign language some day now can be introduced to foreign languages easier than they ever thought possible.
Nothing could be easier!
Go to www.easiest-foreign-languages.com to find out all about these Easiest Foreign Languages.
LIST OF LECTURE TITLES
For Easiest Foreign Languages:
Humorous Stories of Language Learners
Easiest Spanish for Cruise Ships
You Can Read Ten Languages Now
Easiest Travel Words in French
Easiest Travel Words in Italian
Easiest Travel Words in Spanish
Easiest French Pronunciation
Easiest Italian Pronunciation
Easiest Spanish Pronunciation
LINKS TO WEBSITE FOR EASIEST FOREIGN LANGUAGES:
A look at the Easiest Foreign Languages website will reveal that the author has a passion for the subject matter, and an ability to communicate in an educational and entertaining fashion. The author has expertise, and the required presentation skills.
The popularity of Easiest Foreign Languages website reveals general interest in the subject, with 10,000 visitors per month, with half from the United States, and the other half from 160 foreign countries.
The following links are relevant to cruise ship lecturing.
This is a list of presentations available that can give guests on a cruise ship an experience that will enrich their lives in an entertaining manner.
Author of several books, including Easiest Italian and forthcoming series including Easiest French, Easiest Spanish, Easiest German.
Author of the forthcoming humor book Art of the Chase.
Consultant for Roget’s II Thesaurus, published with American Heritage Dictionary.
Teacher for seven years,
MA degree in English.
Traveled extensively in Europe, and on cruise ships.
Tourist service experience as raft trip guide and ski instructor in Aspen Colorado for ten years. Experienced at “Edu-tainment.”
Longtime resident of Maui Hawaii resort area, with ability to comfortably relate to upscale tourists affably and entertainingly.
Easily approachable and enjoys being sociable with passengers on cruise ships.
Well-developed sense of humor.
Semi-retired, so available for cruise ships at any time, and on short notice.
The new Easiest Foreign Languages website has been developed to help more people begin foreign languages the easiest way. It reveals that many foreign words are similar to English, especially in writing, and shows beginners how much they know about easiest foreign languages just because they know English. This free resource has been developed by Robert Masters, who previously served as a consultant for Roget’s II Thesaurus.