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    LEARNING A LANGUAGE WITH LINGUAJET


    THE BIRKENBIHL APPROACH to foreign language learning

    It is of utmost importance to first learn to understand a new language. Only then you can independently speak the language with perfect pronunciation. Any other sequence will frustrate the learner and leads to hawing and “foreigner accents”. Students are even tortured with wrong and outdated learning methods. Linguajet has developed a software of the brain-friendly learning method.
    The method

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    Our brain uses neuro mechanisms. They might be compared to operating systems of computers. Mostly we don't even recognise those mechanisms are working, however, we all profit from them. Unfortunately, traditional schooling doesn't border about it at all. Vera F. Birkenbihl called the active usage of neuro mechanisms brain-friendly learning.

    In language learning according to Brikenbihl, de-coding is a type of translation. The foreign language is analysed and broken up into small parts in order to understand each word separately but in context at the same time. This way you learn the meaning of the words as well as the usage in the sentence. Cramming vocabs will become redundant.

    You will learn to understand the language by the exercise "de-coding".
    What does de-coding really mean? De-coding means translating a foreign language text word by word into your mother tongue.  This way you learn the meanings of the single words as well as the grammar of the foreign language without learning them by hard.

    Your subconscious will do the work. If during the day when your are at work, commuting or relaxing at home or at night while asleep - turn on the foreign language audio quietly and listen to it passively. This means, that you have the audio turned on, but your are not concentrating on it. Rather your subconscious is listening to it and processes the information. This way, your brain develops those nerve paths which are necessary to speak a foreign language perfectly.

    Linguajet has developed a learning program for your computer, smartphone or tablet. Brain-friendly learning is integrated into modern technology and the latest science outcomes. Linguajet.com offers language courses for many languages and different learning levels.

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