The online magazine www.antimoon.com recommends that its readers from around the world learn another language, in addition to their own native tongue. “It is important to be bilingual. The ability to speak, read and write more than one language has been shown to be a prerequisite for success in many fields of endeavor. However when learning a second language, there should needs to be an excitement created to go along with the educational experience. Once a person has achieved even a basic level of proficiency with new words, they are able to enjoy movies, television, books and new forms of international culture.” —
A new website meeting the needs of anyone who would like to study a foreign language is the Little Language Site. Spokesperson for this website Bill Gordon describes their far ranging goals, “We have launched http://www.littlelanguagesite.com to assist everyone who wishes to learn another language on their own. This is accomplished with reviews of language software learning systems, strategies for increased comprehension and tips to increase linguistic awareness among students. This new website also provides travel tips and articles on a variety of related topics from a chosen team of reporters around the globe.”
Bill Gordon explains, “What many people are unaware of, is that there are definite strategies that anyone can train themselves to learn so that they can better facilitate the study of new languages. Each of us has the capacity to speak, read and write a language other than what we've been taught. Sometimes all it takes is the willingness to face our fears straight on. One's learning curve may be a slow journey until actual fluency occurs. What we wish to do is offer support to make the process a little easier and a great deal more enjoyable.”
“Of particular use to our readers are our reviews of popular language learning programs.” Bill elaborates, “There are a variable plethora of programs on the market that claim to teach language skills. Among the most popular are the 'Rocket Languages' and 'Rosetta Stone' series. Our review team thoroughly discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each product. This allows our readers to make the best decision between competitive brands and choose the program that resonates with their own unique style of learning.”
Bill Gordon continues, “Our website regularly adds articles and subject headers of interest for the benefit of our readers. We have looked into 'The Best Way To Learn Spanish' and whether certain languages are genuinely more difficult to learn than others for beginning students. Our reporters even offer essential travel tips for such countries as Japan and the Far East. In short, we are very proud of our new website and we hope to work with students who seek our expertise in the language arts.”
About The Little Language Site:
This website is dedicated to exploring issues and products that teach languages from around the globe. Through articles and reviews, their writing staff seeks to expand the goal of language study. The website also makes a point of addresses the importance of linguistic anthropology and how it enables citizens of the world to interact with each other. Website topics include reader forums, program reviews and topics that will be of interest to both students and teachers.
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