Break free of your computer language course and experience the freedom of our Power Spanish Accelerated audio program everywhere you go!
Champaign, IL (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
Many languages were heard on the Voice of Chicago, WGN Radio last month in an interview between Mark Frobose, President of Language Audiobooks Inc. and Bill Leff, host of WGN Radio's Early Morning Show.
During the interview Frobose was continually asked thought provoking questions about how to best go about learning to speak a new language.
Frobose, whose LanguageAudiobooks.com website offers free language lessons and ebooks, revealed that the best place to learn to speak a language is not on a computer.
"The best place to learn a language is in your car on the Eisenhower while you're stuck in traffic," explained Mark emphatically. "You can actually become fluent in languages by using life's many waiting periods to practice languages," added Frobose, who created Power Spanish Accelerated specifically for that purpose.
And why not computers?
"Computers shackle you to one spot and prevent you from using your down-time to learn languages," Frobose explained.
Bill Leff asked Mark what the most important thing to concentrate on when learning to speak a language. Mark Frobose's advice?
"Break free of your computer language course and experience the freedom of our Power Spanish Accelerated audio program everywhere you go."
And how about the big computer language program companies that insist that they are the only way to learn to speak?
"There are lots of ways to learn to speak another language," said Mark. "My company Language Audiobooks is the best alternative to computer-based programs because you can learn to speak a language in ten minutes a day while waiting in traffic, waiting on your dentist, waiting for your kids at soccer practice and so forth."
The interviewer then asked Frobose about the best age for learning a language. Mark Frobose's response?
"You can learn a language at any age, so don't give up trying," said Frobose.
Leff asked Frobose how many languages he could speak, and Mark responded, "I can speak fluent Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese and I'm conversational in many other languages." Bill Leff, a former Chicago comedian then said, "I'm going to take you to Epcot Center with me the next time I go to Orlando." Both laughed and cajoled during the brief yet informative interview.
Mark's website at http://www.languageaudiobooks.com offers downloadable and CD programs in many languages, as well as an instantly downloadable version of Power Spanish Accelerated with complete listening guide.