Ogden, UT (PRWEB) August 23, 2010
Budget gaps have caused school districts all over the country to cut back on many programs including arts and languages. Visual Link Languages®, a premier language software company decided to do something about it, and is now offering a variety of free language learning tools on their website http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com.
For the last few months, Visual Link Languages® has offered language learning games and resources on http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com that have helped thousands of people either start to learn a new language, or sharpen their foreign language skills.
Students all over Europe, Asia, and Africa grow up speaking more than one language, but many American students have fallen behind, often because they’re not given the opportunities to learn a second language as young children. That gives emerging economies like China an advantage over American students. The owners of Visual Link Languages® want to bridge that gap, and give American students the opportunity to learn various foreign languages, through an effective and fun program.
On http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com students can play games like Lingo Dingo, in which you type the foreign language equivalent of the English words that float up your screen. Other great resources include free weekly video lessons, vocabulary lists, common phrases, and flashcards. Some schools across the country have already linked their websites to http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com so their students know where to go to get supplemental foreign language training.
“We know how important it is for our children to learn a second language, and wanted to offer free resources so they’re able to do so,” said Jake Beus, Marketing Director at Visual Link Languages®. “It’s been incredible how many people have taken advantage of these free web resources, but if everyone knew how great these free resources are, I wouldn’t be surprised how much more these web resources would be used.”
The web designers at Visual Link Languages® are constantly thinking of ways to add free services to their site, even expanding their base to Facebook®, where they offer free practice sessions on Fridays.
For unlimited access to the free resources, all schools have to do is put a link to http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com on their student computers. Visit http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com to take a look at the free resources available in 8 languages.
Contact: Joshua Molina (801) 836-4958, MediaRelations(at)visuallinklaguages(dot)com