Sometimes we drown in all the detail
A language can be like a Tsunami. Intimidating, massive and overwhelming. It is endless and knowing where to start is a challenge. Some people are put off within ten minutes of trying. The sheer scale of the task puts them off.
What if there was a way for even absolute beginners to learn how to make thousands of proper sentences in a foreign language within seconds? What if they could effortlessly learn hundreds of words without the need to study, work or write? What if learning a challenge was fast, easy and fun?
That doesn’t sound like the way we learned a language.
See how language learners can learn to surf the Tsunami instead of being crushed. Watch this 2 minute video. Within 60 seconds language learners can make tens of thousands of sentences, learn words and score points.
- EFL teachers’ perceptions about vocabulary acquisition and instruction (udini.proquest.com)
- H. Douglas Brown, “Principles of Language Learning and Teaching” (bloggingforourmasters.wordpress.com)