Champaign Illinois (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
Language Audiobooks founder Mark Frobose was interviewed last Friday by Bill Leff of Chicago's WGN Radio on the subject of learning languages.
Leff, who is currently hosting WGN's Early Morning Show asked Frobose pointed questions about how to learn a new language.
Mark Frobose, whose LanguageAudiobooks.com website offers free language lessons and ebooks revealed that language learning is best accomplished during people's otherwise wasted down-time.
"The best place to learn a language is wherever you happen to be at a given time," said Frobose. "Language Audiobooks all-audio language programs are perfect for that."
And how about the the hardest language Mark ever learned?
"My hardest language was my first because I didn't understand grammar," he said.
And how about the big language companies that insist that they are the only way to learn to speak another language?
"There are lots of ways to learn to speak another language," said Mark. "My company Language Audiobooks is one great alternative because you can learn to speak a language in ten minutes a day while waiting in traffic."
"And what's an easy way to learn to speak Spanish," asked interviewer Bill Leff?
"If you can spell SOS then you just said "That's it" in Spanish," explained Frobose.
"It's so easy when you explain it like that, " said Leff.
And fast and easy is what Mark Frobose and Language Audiobooks are all about. According to Mark, his programs are the fastest and easiest way to speak any language.
The interview is available by going to WGN's website.
Language Audiobooks is the nation;s leader in fast and easy-to-learn audio language programs and ebooks.
Free lessons and a free ebook are now available by going to http://www.languageaudiobooks.com.