What's New about Easiest Languages?
What is New about this Easiest Foreign Languages website?
This is a new development in foreign language education.
Easiest Foreign Languages provide eighteen exciting new possibilities for language learning:
1. WHAT’S NEW FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING
For English-speakers the Easiest Languages are Spanish, Italian, French, German – all with thousands of words similar to English. Also, Portuguese, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Romanian.
In each language, the words similar to English can be called Easiest Spanish, Easiest French, Easiest Italian, Easiest German, etc.
Each Easiest Language is a quick overview of all the foreign words you already know something about just because you know English. It is a review of English that is a preview of foreign language.
Each Easiest Language reveals that you already know something about 3,000 foreign words related to English, and 1,000 of them are Travel Words. Eight hundred words account for eighty percent of daily communication in every language. So each Easiest Language gives you a great head start on the key foreign words you'll need.
Pronouncing foreign words is easiest when you begin with the ones that resemble English words. You will discover that most of these consonants and many vowels are pronounced like they are in English, helping you to pronounce them confidently.
You will also find out which foreign letters are pronounced differently in these words that resemble English, helping you begin to learn each new foreign pronunciation system as quickly and easily as possible. This way you will begin to be able to pronounce foreign words unrelated to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages.
Since so many foreign words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your entire lifetime experience with those look-alike words. You have spent your entire life with these English words that resemble foreign words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously. Think a thought and these words spring to mind. So will their foreign relatives, perhaps just a little more slowly.
2. WHAT’S NEW FOR ADULT BEGINNERS
For adult beginners, reading foreign languages is easiest. Because English and Easiest Languages share many words that look alike in print, the easiest ability to develop is reading foreign languages at their own pace. Reading words in Easiest Foreign Languages is much easier than speaking and listening. Reading is easiest because English and the ten Easiest Foreign Languages share thousands of words that look similar in print. Listening is more difficult than reading because the sounds of foreign languages differ greatly from English. Speaking is more difficult than passively reading or listening because you must actively pronounce words that are different than the ones you already know how to say in English. So reading foreign language is easier than being forced to keep up when trying to listen, and being forced to come up with words when trying to talk in foreign conversations.
3.. WHAT'S NEW FOR TRAVELERS TO EUROPE
Travelers to Europe now have exciting new possibilities with Easiest Languages. Ten European languages have thousands of words similar to English. Each Easiest Language has one thousand Travel Words similar to English that you can glance over in one hour. So one hour to prepare for the foreign language of one country, three hours for three countries, and only ten hours if you are traveling to all ten of these European countries with Easiest Languages similar to English, and similar to each other. This has never been possible before Easiest Languages.
4. WHAT'S NEW FOR TRAVELERS TO LATIN AMERICA
Travelers to Latin America can now prepare for Spanish with one thousand Travel Words similar to English that you can glance over in one hour. And also prepare for Brazil with one thousand Portuguese Travel Words similar to English.
5. WHAT'S NEW FOR AIR TRAVELERS
Airlines flying to any of these ten European countries can include an article on Easiest Languages in their In-Flight Magazines that for the first time ever can prepare passengers for each European language before they disembark. Also for Spanish in Central and South America, and Portuguese too. On this web site, excerpts from these articles serve as the introductions to all the Easiest Languages.
6. WHAT'S NEW FOR CRUISE SHIP TRAVELERS
Easiest Languages make it possible for Cruise Ship Lines to offer for the first time ever an hour lecture that can prepare passengers for each European language before they disembark in each country around the Mediterranean, and around the coasts of northern Europe. Also an hour talk for Spanish in Central and South America, and Portuguese too. Ask your cruise line if they offer this.
7. WHAT'S NEW FOR SHORT-NOTICE TRAVELERS
If you suddenly must fly to Europe, or while there you suddenly decide to visit a country you had not planned on, now for the first time you can get ready for the language of that country with Easiest Foreign Languages quickly in one hour. Or if you're going to meet someone from one of these European countries who speaks no English, in a few minutes you can pick up a few foreign words like English to use to establish at least some communication to make that person feel a little more comfortable.
8. WHAT’S NEW FOR PRONOUNCING FOREIGN WORDS
Pronouncing foreign words is easiest when you start with the ones that resemble English words. You will discover that most of these consonants and many vowels are pronounced like they are in English, helping you to pronounce them confidently. You will also find out which foreign letters are pronounced differently in these words that resemble English, helping you begin to learn each new foreign pronunciation system as quickly and easily as possible. This way you will begin to be able to pronounce foreign words unrelated to English in these Easiest Foreign Languages.
9. WHAT’S NEW FOR SPEAKING SOME FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Are you aware that you already know how to say some foreign words? In English foreign words are common, especially many from French, Italian, and Spanish. So these easy-to-speak foreign words you know how to say in English can help unlock the mysteries of foreign pronunciations for you. Find out how much you know about pronouncing foreign words just because you know English! Easy Pronunciation Lessons for French, Italian, and Spanish are available on this easiest foreign language website and are the easiest way to begin learning to speak these three foreign languages. It makes sense to begin by putting some of the already-learned speaking skills of your first language English to good use in helping you learn to speak a second language.
10. WHAT’S NEW IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LESSONS
Easiest Lessons for French, Italian, and Spanish are available on this easiest foreign language website. This is the easiest way to begin learning these three foreign languages. Find out how much you know about these easiest foreign languages just because you know English! Begin a foreign language in ten easy lessons, featuring foreign words similar to English. Thousands of foreign words look like English -- many are identical, and others have only minor changes in spelling and are easy to recognize. It makes sense to begin by using these familiar words from your first language to help you learn a second language. Each set of Easiest Lessons is a quick Review of English that is an easy Preview of a Foreign Language -- no study required.
11. NEW WAY TO CHOOSE A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
This is the easiest way to see if you might enjoy a particular language. Choose the best foreign language for you to study in school. Each Easiest Language has thousands of foreign words similar to English that you can glance over in one hour. So one hour to get a feel for one foreign language, three hours for three languages that may be offered at your school or college. After deciding which foreign language you like best, you can get an easy head start on the language you will be studying.
12. NEW EASY HEADSTART BEFORE ANY OTHER LANGUAGE COURSE
Before beginning any other course of language study, it will help you to quickly glance through these Easiest Foreign Language Lessons first -- whether you are an adult trying to learn on your own -- or a student about to take a foreign language course in school. Get ready for any other language courses quickly and easily, with these foreign words similar to English. It makes sense to first find out how much you know about a foreign language from English -- before starting in on the new language itself. After skimming through these Easiest Foreign Language Lessons first, you will find that any other beginner language course will be much easier for you.
13. WHAT’S NEW FOR LANGUAGE TEACHERS
Teachers can give beginning students an easy head start during the first few days of class with Easiest Foreign Language lists of foreign words similar to English. Before the start of traditional course work, teachers can use Easiest Lessons for French, Italian, and Spanish, so students can find out how much they know about these easiest foreign languages just because they know English. Teachers can point out that it makes sense to first find out how much you know about a foreign language from English -- before starting in on the new language itself. It makes sense to begin by using these familiar words from their first language to help them learn a second language. After skimming through these Easiest Foreign Language Lessons first, students will find that traditional beginner language courses will be much easier. And teachers can show students how much they already know about pronouncing foreign words just because they know English -- in the Easy Pronunciation Lessons for French, Italian, and Spanish -- which are the easiest way to begin learning to speak these three foreign languages.
14. EASIEST LANGUAGES MAY BE ALL YOU NEED
After you easily pick up these easiest words of Easiest Spanish or/and Easiest French or/and Easiest Italian and so on, you may decide that’s all you need to know. As more foreigners learn English as it becomes the world language, there is less need for you to put in all the effort to study a full foreign language course. For far less time than taking just one language course, you can find out how much you already know about many languages just because you know English. As Mark Twain said in his book A Tramp Abroad back in 1880: “I had learned to take it for granted that anybody in Germany who knows anything, knows English, so I had stopped afflicting people with my German.”
15. NEW POSSIBILITY OF BECOMING MULTILINGUAL
Ten European Language each have three thousand foreign words similar to English. Each list of three thousand Easiest foreign words you can glance over in a day or a week maximum, since all these words are so similar to English. Certainly anyone who knows 3,000 words of ten different Easiest Languages, a total of 30,000 foreign words and their pronunciations, has taken the easiest major step toward becoming a multilingual polyglot.
16. WHAT’S NEW FOR FOREIGNERS LEARNING ENGLISH
Easiest Foreign Languages can greatly help the many millions of foreigners around the world who need to learn English, and already know one of the ten foreign languages related to English. Because English is the dominant world language, many foreigners could use the help of this website to make it as easy as possible for them to begin learning English.
17. NEW USE FOR COGNATES
Foreign words similar to English, called cognates, have been used for years to help ease difficulties for beginners. But never before have cognates been used in this way nor to this extent. Easiest Languages are based upon a helpful principle not as widely used as could be — making full use of vocabulary resemblances. Obviously the easiest way to get a foreign vocabulary is to focus on words that English shares with foreign languages. But until this new Easiest Languages, there has not been complete use made of cognates.
18. WHAT’S NEW FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING COMPANIES
This new web site Easiest-Foreign-Languages.com offers companies in the language teaching business a new source of language learning beginners -- to advertise to, or sell full language courses to.
With the rallying cry of “Helping More People Begin Foreign Languages the Easiest Way,” Easiest-Foreign-Languages.com has the potential to enable millions of more people to begin learning foreign languages quickly and almost effortlessly.
Not only English speakers who want to learn foreign languages, but also the many millions of foreigners around the world who need to learn English.
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