The Media Room is constantly updated with press releases and interesting articles about how to learn Spanish and several other languages Visual Link offers.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) September 7, 2010
Visual Link Languages®, the world’s number one most effective way to learn Spanish, has launched a new resource for journalists as well as government and corporate outreach departments. The Media Room is constantly updated with press releases and interesting articles about how to learn Spanish and several other languages that Visual Link offers.
The Media Room is also a resource for schools and libraries to keep track of new, free web resources on http://www.visuallinklanguages.com and learning games like Lingo Dingo. The Media Room can be easily found at http://www.VisualLinkLanguages.com/mediaroom.
Visual Link Languages is also active on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, including free practice sessions on Facebook every Friday. Follow us at http://www.facebook.com/visuallinkspanish.
Visual Link™ Spanish lessons and Spanish learning software make learning to speak a foreign language easier than ever. This interactive course teaches you to start speaking Spanish by focusing on sentence structure, not just vocabulary. You learn Spanish words in context, along with other complimentary words, to form complete sentences and phrases. You don't just learn the words, you learn to speak and communicate in Spanish.
Soon to come: Visual Link Languages will soon post photos and videos on our Media Room, so stay tuned for that.
About Visual Link Languages
The U.S. Institute of Languages was formed in 1995 and developed The Visual Link™ Spanish Course, an unparalleled method for learning Spanish. The Course has been sold and used by individuals in over 130 different countries around the world. The course has also been taught-- and is currently being taught-- at major U.S. corporations, government agencies, and universities. The success of the course has come because of one basic reason--it really works! It helps individuals learn to speak and communicate in Spanish in an easy to use, fun and effective format. Other languages will be released in 2010-2011.
Note: For more information or to schedule interviews with Visual Link's President, David Clark, please contact MediaRelations(at)visuallinklanguages(dot)com.