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Boletín de Noticias de la Presidenta de KAMMS
Learn a new language and get a new soul!
~Czech Proverb


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March, 2009

Broma Idiomática

Consejos
Communication is Key!
When beginning to learn a new language, you
need to focus on the primary goal:
communication. The best way to do this is by
learning the essential vocabulary and simple
phrases that you can actually use
immediately. This way, you just start
talking, instead of doing verb conjugations
in your head. Do you conjugate every verb
before you speak in English? Of course not!
It just comes naturally. The same thing will
happen with your second language.


Additionally, the best way to make your
learning "stick" is to use programs that
consist of relevant vocabulary for your
needs. If you're learning the words cat and
dog, and what you really need is to talk to
your patient at the hospital, you'll never
use the language.

You want programs that
give you the vocabulary you need for the
reason you're learning!

Have you heard this one?

If you can speak three languages you're
trilingual. If you can speak two languages
you're bilingual. If you can speak only one
language you're an American.

Wow, do we get a bum rap!






La Cultura
How Many Americans Speak a Foreign Language?


A few years ago the U.S. Senate Resolution designated 2005 the ``Year of Foreign Language Study'' because only 9% of U.S. citizens could speak another language proficiently. This is considerably lower than some countries in Europe where 29%-99% of their citizens are able speak another language.

But we're making progress! According to a U.S. Census Bureau study, 47 million people or 18% of the population speaks more than one language. Also, the Modern Language Association, reported foreign language course enrollment to be at the highest level since 1960, and it continues to grow steadily.



More About Foreign Languages in the U.S.

Mensaje de Stacey Kammerman, CEO de KAMMS
KAMMS is
pleased to tell you that we
have revised our site to better serve our
customers and friends. The new sites are
simple, streamlined and filled with new
products, free
samples,
information and resources. They are
available in Spanish and
English.
There are three sites
under the
KAMMS World Wide main page:



  • Spanish on the Job
  • English on the Job
  • Latin American Dream








Please check them out and let us know what you
think!




Voz de Nuestros Amigos y Clientes
Bruce Karpf (Owner Retail Stores)


Question: I bought a Rosetta Stone
program a long time ago. I tried it a couple
times, but the kind of vocabulary they were
teaching me, didn't apply to what I needed,
so I got bored of it quickly. I own retail
stores and I need to say things like: It
costs this amount. Would you like a different
color? Not things like: The weather today is
warm. I also don't need to learn the grammar.
I just want to learn what I need to say. What
kind of program is best for me?


Answer:

The Spanish for Retail Business audio program
will give you the words and phrases that you
need to communicate with your customers today.


Each month we highlight a question or
comment from our friends & customers. Please
contact us if you would like to ask or
respond to a
question or would like to make your "voice"
heard.



We want to hear from you!




 
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