How Not to Learn a Language: 3 Big Mistakes People Make

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Language Audiobooks offers advice on how to avoid costly language-learning errors.

LEARN SPANISH DURING SHORT WAITING PERIODS FROM ANY LOCATION

I know how it feels to come from a place of zero fluency to total fluency, in not just one but in a number of languages, and I want to share what I have learned with the world!
Mark Frobose/Founder
Language Audiobooks Inc.

Language Audiobooks, the nation's leader in fast and easy to learn digital language program downloads, offers solutions to the three most common language learning mistakes that people make.

According to Language Audiobooks President Mark Frobose, these mistakes often either prevent people from learning a new language or seriously impair their efforts.

"We at Language Audiobooks are committed to helping people learn to speak languages regardless of the method or program they choose to use," stated Mark Frobose, who created the bestselling "Bite-Sized Spanish in Ten Minutes a Day". "I know how it feels to come from a place of zero fluency to total fluency, in not just one but in a number of languages, and I want to share what I have learned with the world," adds Frobose.

Mark should know. He not only rose from the ranks of the monolingual to speak many new languages fluently; he also created over 70 bestselling language programs and books, many of which he sold to publishing giant Macmillan Audio of New York who employed him for several years as their language consultant.

Here are the mistakes and better choices:

1. Computer Program: Many people think that their computer is the best place to learn a language and spend a lot of money to purchase one.
Better Choice: Purchase an inexpensive audio language programs that allows you to learn from any location for less money.

2. Wrong Method: A lot of folks think that it's alright to guess when learning a language.
Better Choice: Select only language programs that provide instant English explanations for all foreign words and phrases so you spend your time learning a language and not guessing at meanings.

3. No Memory Technique: Avoid purchasing a language program that does not include a built-in interval memory technique. According to Frobose, "Language Audiobooks only offers programs with a highly effective memory technique built in to each lesson."
Better Choice: Buy audio programs that include a memory technique that requires you to recall what you are learning at various intervals. This will guarantee that you will remember what you are learning.

LanguageAudiobooks.com is now offering free language learning tips and audio lessons on their website.

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