Language Bridge Technology Announces Pledge for Support and Action - Changing the Way the English is Learned in the World

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Language Bridge Technology has a vision for making the world community fluent in each other's languages in order to promote cultural understanding, cooperation and mutual respect. To turn the prototype into the commercial product the company applied for Chase Grant and asks supporters to vote at https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/17421 .

The world needs a global language to solve the global problems

The world is getting smaller, and the global community needs more English speakers to improve communication and understanding. With China being one of the fastest-growing economies and a major player in world politics, there are still very few fluent English speakers in that country. Language Bridge Technology has a vision for implementation of a whole-brain approach to the acquisition of foreign language skills that is equally beneficial for self-directed acquisition and for guided learning using offline or online classes.

The company is applying for an opportunity to receive a grant from Chase bank. This grant would allow to commercialize a mobile application for learning English as a Foreign Language. This patented approach is quicker and more efficient than the conventional methods for learning English. Learners will be able to pick up English phrases quickly and start communicating with ease and fluency.

Please help the company to make this vision possible by voting for this project. It's a small step that will help bringing world communities together. The company needs 250 votes to be eligible for the Grant.

Vote for the Language Bridge Technology at https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/17421

Any person with a Facebook account may vote for the company's plan to commercialize a new application for learning English. Your account security will not be compromised. Voting is open until October 17, so now is the time to cast the vote!

Dr. Arkady Zilberman, Founder of Language Bridge Technology said, “The patented Language Bridge Technology restores the innate ability of adults to learn English as a Foreign Language by turning off cross-translation, and activating learners' capacity for subconscious learning. This application is the first application in the language market for self-directed acquisition of language skills. This application could be used for integrated learning too, thus changing the way the English is learned in the world.”

The Language Bridge Technology application delivers the tool that turns off the natural habit of thinking in the native language. It allows learners start speaking before they have learned English. In the process of self-teaching, the learners acquire language patterns that ensure thinking in a foreign language.

In the conventional language class, a student has about a minute to participate in interaction; the remaining time is passive listening, which seldom results in communication skills. Language Bridge Technology uses the patented method, based on speech shadowing, and language training in pairs, which increases multifold the time of active speaking. This type of training leads to acquisition of language skills much faster than conventional grammar-translation learning methods.

Dr. Zilberman went on to say, “Language Bridge Technology has a vision for making
the world community fluent in each other's languages in order to promote cultural understanding, cooperation and mutual respect. The successful implementation of the program will lead the company to organize the Language Bridge Technology Center in Ohio for providing the Global community with the tools to become fluent in English – the Global language for the solution of global problems. The initial company size will be 50 people, with option to grow to 500 people in the next five years.”

The vote for Grant is a real contribution to changing the way the world communicates and learns languages.

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Arkady Zilberman
Language Bridge
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