Lahaina, Hawaii (PRWEB) September 06, 2011
The new website -- http://www.easiest-foreign-languages.com -- makes it easier for students to begin foreign languages by revealing that many foreign words are similar to English, especially in writing. So even without ever having taken a foreign language course, students can already read a surprising amount of the languages widely taught in schools: Spanish, French, and Italian.
Each of these foreign languages has thousands of words similar to English, which are easier for students to read and remember than any foreign words unrelated to English.
Being able read thousands of foreign words related to English will help students get a head start for their courses in these easiest foreign languages.
In each language, the words similar to English can be thought of as Easiest French, Easiest Spanish, or Easiest Italian.
Here’s an example of Easiest French that students can read -- “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?”
Here’s an example of Easiest Spanish -- “Es urgente. Mi teléfono no funciona. ¿Es éste el tren a Guadalajara? ¿Está incluido servicio?”
Here’s an example of Easiest Italian -- “Ci sono messaggi per me? Avete informazioni su un’escursione a Roma? C’è un’audio guida in inglese? Quanto costa per un’ora? C’è la toilette per i disabili? C’è un problema. L’aria condizionata non funziona.”
Also, students will discover they can already read some in less widely taught languages: German, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and even Romanian.
So now students can get ready for their language courses quickly and easily, with these foreign words similar to English, on the website http://www.easiest-foreign-languages.com/easy-language-lessons.html -- all for free.
Students can discover how much they know about these easiest languages just because they know English. They will recognize more foreign words than they realize. This will make it easier for them as they begin their foreign language courses.
For example, Easy French Lessons on this website are the very easiest way for all students to begin French. Students can quickly begin French in ten easy lessons that simply reveal how much they already know about French just because they know English.
This is a quick Review of English that is an easy Preview of French -- no study required.
So any students who want to get an easy head start in French could take a little time to glance through these Easiest French Lessons before beginning foreign language classes in school. This will give them a great advantage over other students -- and also enable them to get higher grades in French class.
Students can read easiest foreign words related to English at their own pace, unlike being forced to keep up when trying to listen to a teacher speak a foreign language in class.
After skimming through these Easiest Foreign Language Lessons first, students will find that their language course in school will be much easier.
And for the first time ever, it is also possible in advance for students to read easy samples of the foreign languages they might consider taking in school, to decide which language might be easiest or most interesting for them.
And any parents who always wished they knew a foreign language will find out they already do -- just because they know English. Parents who always dreamed of taking a foreign language course some day now have a way to begin a foreign language easier than they ever thought possible. So now parents and their children can take this opportunity to read through these Easiest Foreign Language Lessons together, to help both students and parents.
To find out all about these free easy languages lessons for students -- Easiest French Lessons, Easiest Spanish Lessons, and Easiest Italian Lessons -- go to http://www.easiest-foreign-languages.com/easy-language-lessons.html
The new Easiest Foreign Languages website has been developed to help more students begin foreign languages the easiest way. It reveals that many foreign words are similar to English, especially in writing. This shows students how much they know about easiest foreign 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, which is much used in schools.
For more information, please contact:
Easiest Foreign Languages
PO Box 10367, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761