Stockholm, Sweden (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
The whole way foreign languages are being taught to people worldwide has been revolutionized by SMS technology. That’s because one very passionate language teacher is literally changing the way people learn languages by using SMS.
The language teacher is Mikael Nilsson and he owns and operates http://www.learning-by-sms.com – a language education company launched two month ago and dedicated to teaching foreign languages through the use of SMS technology.
“It’s a fact that people are time poor, and it’s also true that most wish they could speak one or more foreign languages,” says Mr Nilsson. “I have used my experience to create SMS courses that will enable people to learn an entire foreign language, just by reading SMS messages sent to their cell phone.”
The concept of learning a foreign language via SMS is revolutionary and Learning-by-SMS.com is believed to be the first company using this technology to teach foreign languages.
“To learn a language, all one needs to do is visit our website, register for a course and the SMS messages will start appearing on the student’s cell phone within minutes,” says Mr Nilsson.
It is expected that students will become proficient in the new language after completing an SMS course – truly remarkable given the way languages have been taught up until now.
Based in Karlskrona, Sweden, http://www.learning-by-sms.com is a language education company dedicated to teaching foreign languages via SMS. Founded by Mikael Nilsson, Learning-by-SMS.com allows people from all walks of life to learn a complete foreign language quickly. Languages are taught using SMS technology, with supporting course material also available via the Learning-by-SMS.com website.