Learning a new language is not an easy task, some are harder to master than others, but now with a new program called Fluent Forever, learning any language promises to be a cinch. Fluent Forever claims that you can be fluent in German, French or Italian in just 2 weeks!
Is It Possible To Become Fluent Forever In Any Language?
Fluent Forever is a language training program that includes dialect training software, which trains your ear (and brain) to make and recognize the sounds of any foreign language. This revolutionary foreign language learning system includes a book due out August 2014 and an app for both android and iPhones (via Anki)was fully funded on Kickstarter in just 2 days and 6 hours for their initial goal of just $10,000. With 4 days left on their campaign Fluent Forever has amassed more than 1,200 backers and more than $60,000.
The Cheat Codes To Learning Any Language?
The language training program is more comprehensive than most others because it offers both visual and auditory training. For the introductory pledge of just $30, Fluent Forever backers get the book and early excerpts, pronunciation trainer app and a quick start guide on how to best use the program for your specific needs.Fluent Forever was created by a well traveled opera singer from Los Angeles, California named Gabriel Wyner (not pictured) who has suffered more than a fair share of frustration trying to quickly and articulately learn multiple languages. The “go to” independent bi-lingual training has always been the reigning program of Rosetta Stone, but it is both expensive and requires a large time commitment and sometimes has a high “give-up” rate. By comparison Fluent Forever is portable and as comprehensive as you need it to be, meaning you can just learn conversational ways to communicate or learn the language thoroughly, complete with accent nuances.
The Fluent Forever foreign language training program also has accompanying YouTube videos that explain visually how you should be moving your lips, what your tongue should be doing, and how the language should look and sound, allowing one to avoid stumbling with basic words or mispronouncing the language of choice.
Currently 11 language programs will be offered initially which include Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Mandarin.