Cluny, France: From the author of the popular blog, Southern Fried French, the new eBook How to Learn a New Language with a Used Brain has all the latest techniques and resources for learning any foreign language as an adult. The book is short and sweet, an upbeat eBook on language learning that you can read in an couple of hours. It's specifically targeted for students who are past college age (some of us, way past) who want to use the very latest techniques for language learning. It doesn't matter if you're just starting out with a foreign language or you've been studying for ages, you'll find something in this book to help you along on your language adventure.
Here's what's included:
Surprising reasons WHY you should be learning a new language, and how to do it right.
A program for learning that you can tailor to your needs and learning style, called Six Steps to a Bilingual Life: A Roadmap for Your Language Journey, with a focus on keeping your motivation up, and finding ways to immerse yourself and practice conversation, plus keeping it FUN.
Tips and secrets from from expats, language experts, and many of the blog readers who on the front lines of language learning.
A "Best of" review of the major resources for language learning, from freebies to packaged programs, and including lots of the dazzling new online opportunities for learning and interacting.
A special section for expats, on how they can optimize their language learning.
Free review copy available by request. The author is available for interviews, and for writing guest posts or articles on language learning for your publication.
Praise for How to Learn A New Language with a Used Brain:
"I dare you to read How to Learn a New Language With a Used Brain and not be swept up in Lynn's enthusiasm for language learning. That said, this author will not let you off easy! Speaking a foreign tongue takes discipline and effort. But take heart-bon courage! Lynn McBride and her contributors will reveal every tip imaginable and you will feel, as I do, that we are all in this wonderful word game together."