New Learn Spanish Audio Examines Unsolved Crime
NoWorkSpanish.com has released their latest learn Spanish audio CD, The Case of the Missing Poodle. And while the criminal element of the audio book is both fictional and light-hearted, No-Work Spanish is serious about its importance in the learning Spanish process.
“Language is for communicating. We talk and write to express emotions, ask questions, tell a story. When learning a second language, the language must still communicate something meaningful or you lose people’s interest,” explains No-Work Spanish creator, Anne Emerick. “The more passionate a speaker is, or the more a statement touches your heart, the more likely you will remember the words.”
No-Work Spanish audiobooks allow listeners to learn Spanish by listening to a story, where each sentence is said first in English, then in Spanish. At the end of each chapter, the chapter is repeated entirely in Spanish. “A lot of people are skeptical about whether No-Work Spanish works,” Emerick admitted, “so we offer a free trial and we’ve priced our products so that anyone can afford to give it a try.”
With Spanish being the primary language in more than 10% of U.S. households, the need for Spanish language skills continues to rise. But the average American has less leisure time today than ever before. No-Work Spanish is designed to meet the needs of people who would like to learn Spanish, but lack the time, money or motivation for more traditional methods of studying Spanish. This unusual learn Spanish audio is just over an hour in length and is available as an MP3 download or a traditional CD. For additional information, go to http://www.noworkspanish.com/available-books/
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