Tips for Learning a New Language and Reviews of Different Methods Are Offered at LanguageHelper.org
Tempe, AZ -- (SBWire) -- 04/29/2013 --Whether it’s gearing up for an exciting vacation, preparing for a move to a new country, wanting to get an edge at work or just a cultural curiosity, there are many reasons people look for tips for learning a new language. But, learning a new language as an adult comes with many hurdles and can be especially challenging. It can be hard to find the time, the resources and the best suited approach. LanguageHelper.org is a newly-launched site with articles and reviews that aim to help people identify which of the many language learning methods will work for them.
It has been shown that the quickest way for many to learn a new language is by surrounding themselves and talking every day with native speakers over an extended period of time. But short of actually travelling to a country where that language is spoken, that can be hard to do. Language lessons and tutoring work for some, but can be cost-prohibitive and tough to work into an already hectic schedule. So, many turn to self-study programs where they can acquire new language skills at home or any environment that’s comfortable to them.
Self-study programs come in many varieties and platforms. Some are audio based, some are visual and some combine both. Certain programs focus on syntax and grammar while others seek to provide a general knowledge of speech. The site at www.languagehelper.org will help people identify which is the most appropriate one for them by reviewing the various methods and offering feedback from people who’ve actually tried them.
The site currently features a comprehensive review of two of the biggest language learning products, Pimsleur’s audio and repetition approach and Rosetta Stone’s audio/visual method. Although both Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone have their merits, the site states, “Pimsleur is one of the best foreign language programs available on the market today. Anyone that would like to expand his horizons to visit another country, aspires to become bilingual, or who would simply like to take a course he did not take in school is advised to attempt the program.”
LanguageHelper.org is a resource dedicated to helping people learn a new language in the quickest way possible. With useful articles, tips for success and reviews of popular products, people can use the site to identify the language learning method that will work best for them. For more information, visit: http://www.languagehelper.org
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