Resources to Use for Languages

Resources to use for foreign language learning are numerous.

The Foreign Language Learning Sequence recommended when you are an adult beginning to learn a foreign language with Easiest Languages begins with reading.

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First: READING

Because English and Easiest Foreign Languages share many words that look alike in print, the easiest ability for you to develop will be reading.

READING RESOURCES

This Easiest Foreign Languages web site.

Ten Minutes a Day series of foreign language instruction books are an easy next step after Easiest Foreign Languages.

See It and Say It series of foreign language instruction books are a good next step after Easiest Foreign Languages.

Many other reading resources have long been available for foreign language learning.

Foreign Language Textbooks

Simplified Language Readers, such as:

Easy Reader Series of foreign language reading books is a good next step after Easiest Languages.

Dual-Language Books contain foreign readings along with English translations on pages facing the original text. [for advanced beginners]

Vocabulary Builders, such as:

Flashcards

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Bookstore link to buy books recommended for Easiest Foreign Languages.


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Second: LISTENING.

Listening to understand spoken foreign languages is more difficult than reading and will develop much more slowly. The sounds of foreign languages differ greatly from English. And foreigners seem to speak so fast.

However, listening to instructional audio as a second step is a good way to begin learning to understand what all those foreign sounds mean.

Many listening resources have become available for foreign language audio learning.

LISTENING RESOURCES

Foreign Language Phrase Books.

Language CD’s

Language DVD’s

Foreign Language Courses

Audio Language Labs.

Study Abroad Programs

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Third: SPEAKING.

Speaking foreign languages is more difficult to learn than reading or listening. The pronunciation patterns are different than the ones you are used to in English. Even most of the foreign words spelled identically to English ones are pronounced differently.

Audio programs enable you to speak and record so you can replay to hear how well you speak a foreign language.

SPEAKING RESOURCES

Language CD’s

Language DVD’s

Foreign Language Courses

Audio Language Labs.

Study Abroad Programs

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Fourth: WRITING.

Writing a foreign language, the most complex skill, develops last, as it does in your native language.

WRITING RESOURCES

Bilingual Dictionaries

Foreign Language Courses

Foreign Penpals

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READING RESOURCES LINKS



The Foreign Language Learning Sequence recommended when you are an adult beginning to learn a foreign language with Easiest Languages begins with reading.


Ten Minutes a Day Books are an easy next step after Easiest Foreign Languages.


See It and Say It series of foreign language instruction books are a good next step after Easiest Foreign Languages.


Easy Reader Series of foreign language reading books is a good next step after Easiest Languages.


Beginning Reading Resources for foreign languages may be designed for children, but provide an easy way for beginners of all ages to begin reading foreign languages.


Languages On The Web has very short stories repeated in all ten different Easiest Languages -- in blocks of parallel text sentence by sentence that make it easy to read what each foreign word means in English -- so it a perfect advanced follow-up to this Easiest Foreign Languages web site.






How to Learn Any Language by Barry Farber





After Easiest Foreign Languages, you can learn much more about European languages on the web site ielanguages.com


Flashcards for building foreign vocabulary that pop-up on your computer, for Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, English, etc. 'Learning Without Studying, for people who want to learn, but lack motivation.'


SurfaceLanguages web site has thousands of phrases and hours of audio spoken by native speakers along with flashcard and multiple choice learning methods.


Language Learning Library for students is a free online guide to learning basics of some easiest foreign languages: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. [Also Russian, Japanese, Chinese.]






What Language Learners Need.


Directories of Resources for Language Learning contain links to many various resources to use for foreign language learning.



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