Helping You Talk to the World



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Why Is It Important to Learn a Language?

Good question. We are not obligated to learn any language. But things have changed in the past 100 years. The ability to communicate with those in other countries is something not to be ignored. In order to be economically competitive, more Americans are interested in studying languages than ever before.

Looking at the statistics. According to Wikipedia, Vistawide.com and other websites and organizations, the top ten spoken languages around the world are:

1. Chinese
2. Spanish
3. English
4. Hindi
5. Arabic
6. Portuguese
7. Bengali
8. Russian
9. Japanese
10. Punjabi

And the top ten languages used online are:

1. English
2. Chinese
3. Spanish
4. Arabic
5. Portuguese
6. Indonesian
7. French
8. Japanese
9. Russian
10. German

Learning to communicate in another language will open the door to many millions, or billions of people around the world, and it builds a bridge to other languages for further communications.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Book Cover
Titlepage
Why Language Learning is Important
The Facts to Support Language Learning

Introduction
Don't Believe the Hype
Keeping it Real
Do You Have the Time to Learn?
Learning Pronunciation
Learn by Using Dialogues
Learn by Using Audio
Learn with Grammar
Do Your Exercises
Learning Vocabulary

Introduction
The Teaching Environment
Communication Strategies
What Should Be Taught?
 • Teaching a Basic Foundation
 • The Formalities
 • Basics of Grammar
 • Basic Verb Needs
 • The Power of Verbs
 • Focus on Meaning

What is Power Language?
What You Already Know
Power Verbs
Power Charts
Power Grammar

What is Gender?
Expand Your Learning


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