Those Who Wannabe Multilingual
fluent in a foreign language is certainly a plus point in
today’s globalised world. Thus books on how to master a
language have become the most sought after items in the
book market. Here are three books that incorporate innovative
and fun ways to perfect French, Spanish and Japanese.
with Michel Thomas
McGraw-Hill Professional; August 2001
is termed as the sweetest language on earth. If not for
its sweetness, then at least for it's multicultural appeal
and prospect people are egger to learn French. In this handy
volume the writer uses mnemonic devices to remember words
such as explaining where the root of the word originated.
He also explains guidelines to go by and one can easily
apply these rules 100% to other sentences. This book comes
with two versions of CDs which are equally helpful and methodical.
Everything Learning Spanish Book
Frank H. Zambrano
Adams Media Corporation; August 2002
This is an easy-going book for learning Spanish. The book
is coulourful with lovely pictures to makes the learning
more interesting and entertaining. It is an excellent overview
for learning Spanish and should be one of the best books
on the market. The author is passionate about his subject
and understands how to make learning a new language fun.
Kodansha International; July 2003
Japanese in MangaLand, readers can easily master the basics
of the Japanese language, using 'manga' as a didactic tool.
With thirty lessons, including drills, clear explanations,
and vivid examples, readers will become familiar with the
fundamental patterns of Japanese grammar while learning
important vocabulary. This book also features a bonus glossary
of more than 160 basic 'kanji' to assist in the learning
process. Japanese in MangaLand is a wonderful alternative
to reading page after page of dry prose. Perfect for both
beginners and manga enthusiasts, this book makes learning
the basics of Japanese both fun and easy.