The Average Traveler Can Read Ten Languages, Easiest Foreign Languages Website Reveals
Lahaina, Hawaii, May 26, 2011
A new website, Easiest Foreign Languages, reveals that travelers can read 10 languages -- but most don’t realize it. This news is just in time for the upcoming travel season, and will enable tourists to read their way around Europe or Latin America, in countries with these easiest languages.
The new website -- www.easiest-foreign-languages.com – reveals many foreign words are similar to English, especially in writing. So travelers can read a surprising amount in the following easiest languages: Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and even Romanian.
Each of these European languages has over 1,000 travel words similar to English, which are easier to read and remember than 10 foreign words unrelated to English.
Being able read thousands of foreign words related to English will help tourists in Europe to find their way around, even if unable to speak much in a foreign language, nor able to understand what foreigners say.
In each language, the words similar to English can be thought of as Easiest French, Easiest Spanish, Easiest Italian, Easiest German.
Here’s an example of Easiest French: Mon nom est Paul. J’ai réservé un appartement. Je suis allergique à la pénicilline. Informez ma famille. Où sont des toilettes accessibles aux handicapés?
Tourists can read easiest foreign words related to English at their own pace, unlike being forced to keep up when trying to listen to a foreigner speak.
So now travelers can get ready for several or many European languages, with words similar to English and also similar to each other’s words, making it even easier. For the first time ever, it is possible to be prepared for up to 10 languages in Europe, in only a few hours.
Travelers can discover how much they know about easiest languages just because they know English. Tourists will recognize more foreign words than they realize. This will make it easier for them to travel in any countries where these languages are spoken.
For example, Easy French Lessons on this website are the easiest way to begin French. Travelers can start learning French in ten easy lessons that simply reveal how much they already know about French just because they know English.
The ten languages easiest for English are not the only easiest languages. Whatever someone’s native language may be, there are easiest foreign languages which have many words similar to that language, in most cases.
For example, there are easiest languages for each of the five Germanic languages, and also for each of the Romance languages. Also, easiest foreign languages exist in other families of languages that share many of the same words.
Go to http://www.easiest-foreign-languages.com to find out all about the 10 easiest languages for English-speakers -- or the 5 easiest languages each for speakers of any Romance Languages or Germanic languages.
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 them how much they know about ten easiest 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.