"Learning German language with audio and visual tools will help to improve confidence when speaking a foreign tongue..."
(PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Transparient.com, an up-and-coming resource for language learning software, is dedicated to providing its visitors the absolute best methods and tools for grasping a second language.
And now, the site has published a guide for learning German language with audio assistance at home.
"When most people think of picking up a second language, they automatically assume they'll be stuffed into some crowded college classroom somewhere," explained Micah Fromer, spokesperson for Transparient.com. "While learning German language can certainly be attained in a classroom, there's really no comparing it to the ease, convenience, and instant gratification of picking up a second language online."
According to Fromer, one of the primary benefits to learning German language at home is the variety in technique and individual application.
"Nobody learns at the same pace. And while that's a true statement for nearly all aspects of education, it's especially relevant when acquiring a second language," he said. "Yes, you can stay and request help from your teacher or professor after-hours in a school setting. But you really can't beat the benefits of having an entire course load tailored to your individual strengths, weakness and work preferences!"
And what's more, according to Fromer, the benefits extend far beyond speed and simplicity.
"Learning German language with audio and visual tools will help to improve confidence when speaking a foreign tongue, as well as have a better - and far more personalized - view of the world." he said.
But of all the benefits associated with learning German language online, the audio aspect reigns supreme.
According to the experts at Transparient.com, audio instruction consists of precise pronunciation exercises, repeating of sample phrases, as well as complete practice conversations in multiple kinds of scenarios.
"You're really getting the most hands-on experience with online language learning," stressed Fromer. "For most people, learning a language is a highly personal, highly unique experience...personalized audio and visual language learning really helps to facilitate that."
As the experts at Transparient.com go on to state, the majority of audio instructions used to learn the German language come paired with a reference book.
"The reference book is ideal for those visual AND audio learners," explained Fromer. "Individuals will be able to see the word and reference it while they're hearing it simultaneously."
On top of their tools for learning German language, Transparient.com offers a wide array of language learning guides and supplies, from Japanese to Spanish to French.
To learn more about picking up the German language from the comfort of your home, or to get a grasp on what kinds of other language learning supplies the site has to offer, visit the official website at Transparient.com.