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Best of … how to learn any language

Written by: Catalogs.com Editorial Staff

October 11, 2011
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One of the best of how to learn any languageContributed by Tim Brugger, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru

The world we live in keeps getting smaller.

With electronics being what they are, the internet and access to instantaneous news and updates, we’re able to stay current with what’s happening, regardless of where or when it’s happening.

For many, learning to speak a non-native tongue has been a dream; or maybe you have some international travel plans and need to get prepared. Whether you’re dedicated to learning another language, or just tinkering with the notion you’ll appreciate the following Best of How to Learn Any Language.


Herrington Catalog

Rosetta Stone system

One of the best of how to learn any language

From what I understand, Rosetta Stone is a great way to learn a new language. For someone still struggling with English, learning another language is about as likely as the Cubs winning the World Series, but if I were so inclined, this is the direction I’d head. According to Herrington Catalog, going this route will help you avoid “odious conjugations” too. Not sure what that means, but I’m guessing it’s best avoided.


Therapro

Sign language prompts

One of the best of how to learn any language

The folks at Therapro have really got this thing figured out. What a great way to learn sign language; outfit your home with little stickies displaying the correct sign for common household objects. Think of all the practical uses American sign language provides. For example, how cool would it be to make fun of all the people at the Mall without uttering a word? Some high schools and universities even recognize sign as a second language.


Potentials Unlimited

Subliminal learning

One of the best of how to learn any language


When you’re considering how to learn any language, this one may not have jumped out at you. But you have to admit, using self-hypnosis and subliminal techniques is pretty unique. It’s not quite as simple as going to bed with earphones on and waking up fluent in French; or maybe it is? According to Potentials Unlimited, that’s exactly what you do, and you’ll learn two to five times faster this way. For a mere pittance it’s certainly worth a shot.




Catalogs for Learning Languages

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