A jumble of sounds into, presto! clearly spoken words
Whitestone, NY (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
Imagine if learning a language was easy. Of course, it isn't. Most people get frustrated by their lack of progress and then give up. Even President Obama, in a December 23rd interview on ABC television on, said he regrets that he didn't learn Spanish. Many people want to learn it, but flash cards and grammar lessons never helped anyone become fluent in another language.
So what's the answer?
Practice, practice, practice. It's great if to have someone to practice with. A conversation partner makes communication come alive and helps the language learner develop an ear for the language. However, not everyone has someone to practice with. They might want to try an app that mimics these benefits as closely as possible. 10 new lessons expands Mucho Spanish to a full 25 lessons - a giant step toward learning Spanish. Now that Mucho Spanish runs on the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad, language learners are ready to learn any place, any time. The program teaches and reinforces useful vocabulary, helps the language learner to understand spoken Spanish and provides an eye-catching, fun learning environment.
Is 25 lessons enough? If the language learner is truly motivated, it's just a beginning. But Aixa Marquez, Mucho Spanish's founder, says, more updates are on the way. "We are looking to give people a full course for $2.99." Of course, all updates and additional lessons are free for life. Since Mucho Spanish is aimed at developing the language learner's ear for the language, the more lessons, the better.
Many of the lessons are fun and animated, but there are also real people talking about things that are important to them. The language learner has the opportunity to watch how authentic, Latin recipes are prepared, get to know some of the more popular, higher-selling Latin products on the market today, and understand the significance of holidays celebrated throughout Latin America.
Language and culture. And lots of it. That's what you get in the new version of Mucho Spanish.