Language Expert Mark Frobose Reveals How to Say ‘Happy Mother's Day' in the World's Languages

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America’s most trusted language teacher shows readers how to translate their love for Mom into the languages of the world

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"If you really want to thank your mother for being there for you all these years, then tell her ‘Happy Mothers Day’ in more than one language,"

Many know that the modern version of Mother's Day in the United States was first observed in 1907.

Many others are aware that Mother's Day is always celebrated on the second Sunday in May.

“But how many of us know how to say ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ and ‘I love you Mom’ in different languages?” says Mark Frobose, bestselling author of ‘Think and Grow Fluent’ and ‘Automatic Fluency’.

"If you really want to thank your mother for being there for you all these years, then tell her ‘Happy Mothers Day’ in more than one language," says America's most trusted language expert Mark Frobose.

“Mother’s Day is the ideal opportunity to learn how to express your love for your mother in different languages,” says Mark Frobose, prolific multilingual author and creator of a bestselling foreign language series called ‘Secrets of Language Success’ now available on Amazon.com Kindle.

“That’s why I’m offering a free ‘Mother’s Day’ link on my website at frobose.com that you can use to translate your love for your mother into any language in the world, and know how to write and pronounce it too.”

“In Spanish ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ is ‘Feliz Día de las Madres’
"In Portuguese it’s ‘Feliz Día Das Mães’
“In French, ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ is ‘Bonne Fête des Mères’
“In Italian, ‘Buona Festa Della Mamma’

“It’s time to ‘go multilingual’ for Mom,” concludes America’s number #1 language expert and multilingual bestselling author of over 60 books and recorded programs.

To access the free translator link, simply go to Frobose.com and click on the box Free Language Help.

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