Steps in Learning Easiest Foreign Languages

Steps in Learning Easiest Foreign Languages are detailed as follows because this is the way to make beginning as easy as possible in these easiest languages similar to English:

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STEP ONE: FIRST -- READ

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

When you first encounter Easiest Foreign Languages in print, you will be able to recognize and read the words similar to English.

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STEP 1 - A: READ SINGLE WORDS

Reading Single Words Similar to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages will let you concentrate on one foreign word at a time to begin with.

STEP 1 - B: READ PHRASES

Reading Phrases Similar to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages will let you begin to concentrate on more than one easiest foreign word at a time as the second step in beginning an Easiest Foreign Language.

STEP 1 - C: READ SENTENCES WITH ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS

Reading Sentences Similar to English WITH English Translations will not only let you begin to read more than one easiest foreign word at a time as the third step in beginning an Easiest Foreign Language.

It will also help you begin to understand some of the short foreign words that are not similar to English, which you will be able to understand because of the words similar to English that appear in the sentences.

STEP 1 - D: READ SENTENCES WITHOUT ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS

When you see an Easiest Foreign Language in print, you can skim through it looking for words you recognize as related to English.

Seeing words similar to English in an Easiest Foreign Languages will enable you to begin to read a little in foreign languages.

Trying to Reading Sentences Similar to English WITHOUT English Translations will not only let you begin to read more than one easiest foreign word at a time as the fourth step in beginning an Easiest Foreign Language.

It will also help you begin to understand more of the short foreign words that are not similar to English, which you will be able to understand because of the words similar to English that appear in the sentences.

STEP 1 - E: READ WITHOUT TRYING TO PRONOUNCE

Reading Words Similar to English Without Trying To Pronounce The Foreign Words will let you concentrate on the very easiest way to begin these Easiest Foreign Languages -- and that is first simply Reading them.

Reading words in Easiest Foreign Languages is much easier than speaking and listening.

Speaking foreign languages is more difficult to learn than reading them. 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.

In this first step of reading, a simplified phonetic pronunciation guide is included in case you feel you want to try to pronounce one of these foreign words spelled similar to English -- but perhaps not pronounced similar to English.

With this help you will not have to guess how each foreign word is pronounced -- and as a result of having to guess possibly start out pronouncing the foreign word the wrong way.

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STEP TWO: SECOND -- PRONOUNCE

After first reading all the easiest foreign words similar to English in any one of the Easiest Foreign Languages, the second step is trying to pronounce these easiest foreign words.

The easiest pronunciation of foreign words is to start with the foreign words in English that you already know how to pronounce.

On this website are two types of foreign words that are easy to pronounce:

1. Foreign words you already know how to say from English are the very easiest to pronounce.

2. Foreign words similar to English are the next easiest to pronounce.

So the next easiest introduction to pronunciation of foreign words is to start with the web pages of easiest foreign words spelled like English. (On this web site of Easiest Foreign Languages.) Then pronounce each of the easiest foreign words spelled like English.

This is the easiest pronunciation of foreign words for two reasons:

First, some parts of these foreign words spelled like English are probably pronounced the same way as in English. This reveals that you already know how to pronounce some parts of these Easiest Foreign Languages, which should give you confidence.

Second, by hearing how other parts of the foreign pronunciation are different from the English pronunciation you are familiar with, you will begin to get an understanding of the foreign pronunciation system in each of these Easiest Foreign Languages.

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STEP 2 - A: PRONOUNCE SINGLE WORDS

Pronouncing Single Words Similar to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages will let you concentrate on pronouncing one easiest foreign word at a time to begin with.

STEP 2 - B: PRONOUNCE PHRASES

Pronouncing Phrases Similar to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages will let you begin to concentrate on pronouncing more than one easiest word at a time as the second step in beginning an Easiest Foreign Language.

STEP 2 - C: PRONOUNCE SENTENCES

Pronouncing Sentences Similar to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages will not only let you begin to pronounce more than one easiest word at a time as the third step in beginning an Easiest Foreign Language.

It will also enable you begin to pronounce some of the short foreign words that are not similar to English.

STEP 2 - D: READ WITH TRYING TO PRONOUNCE

Pronouncing Words Similar to English will let you concentrate on the very easiest way to begin to Pronounce these Easiest Foreign Languages -- and that is second by trying to Pronounce these easiest foreign words after first simply Reading them.

In this second step of pronouncing easiest foreign words, you can try to pronounce one of these foreign words spelled similar to English -- but perhaps not pronounced similar to English. This way you will start out pronouncing the foreign word the correct way.

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Pronouncing easiest foreign words will give you some basic understanding of these foreign systems of pronunciation.

So on a trip to Europe, for example, you will be prepared to encounter totally unfamiliar foreign words in these easiest languages, because by then you should be able to sound out unfamiliar foreign words syllable by syllable, based on what you now know about pronouncing foreign words just because you know English.

And you can feel confident that your attempts to sound out unfamiliar foreign words will probably be understood by Europeans.

Because you don't need perfect pronunciation to make yourself understood in Europe (even though it would help because foreigners like it). As a tourists you need not be concerned with perfect pronunciation -- just good enough to communicate your needs.

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NEXT STEPS:

So after you do the following:

1. First read all the easiest foreign words similar to English in any one of the Easiest Foreign Languages, and

2. Second try to pronounce all these easiest foreign words,

3. Then the possible next steps vary to learn more in one of the Easiest Foreign Languages.

The next possible steps are outlined on this Easiest Foreign Languages website.

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But some foreign languages are EASIER than others.

Languages with many words like English are EASIEST.

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