Ever tried to learn a language but found it too hard? Best-selling language expert Paul Noble has a quick and easy way to get you back on track with his unique tried-and-tested method.
Proven to work: Paul can teach anyone a language, even people who think they’re incapable.
Do you find yourself nodding in agreement when you read the following?
If you studied a language for several years at school but came out unable to really say anything.
If you have ever bought a language course and given up around page thirty, somewhere around chapter two.
If you have ever felt more confused by a teacher’s explanation of the language than by the language itself.
If you have ever been amazed by just how closely grammar books resemble furniture assembly instructions.
If you have ever felt that you may in fact be more or less incapable of learning a foreign language.
Then the Paul Noble Method may just be the one you’ve been looking for!
By far the best way to learn a language
Previously I have learnt French and German the traditional way by memorising word lists and different forms of verbs. This is a much more relaxed way. I particularly like the way the Latin parts of the English language are converted to Spanish, as you immediately have a long list of English words easily converted to Spanish.
Easy to follow, easy to listen to
Paul Noble has a lovely relaxing voice. This course is easy to follow and listen too. I have tried some other learn German audio books but this is by far the best in my opinion and I would highly recommend this author.
A must have for language learning
A different and fantastic approach to learning languages. It is a true must have and a perfect starting point. I couldn't recommend this book more. A fantastic learning experience
I can recommend this course: it is well planned and it uses the latest techniques for effective language learning. I've tried others over the last ten years but non are as good as this one. It is easy to follow and to complete: once finished you will be in a very strong position to continue with your study of Italian. it lays a good foundation based on the modal verbs and also introduces you easily to both past and future tenses. Language learning has never been easier! Highly recommended: I wish I'd found this course ten years ago.
Best way to learn another language
This book is well structured and easy to follow. i was surprised when suddenly I started answering the questions without thinking.
A fantastic and well structured course
Completed in about 3 weeks and could remember maybe 95% of the very rapid fire review at the end. Extremely well explained and easy to work through.
Paul Noble's Five Top Tips for Learning a Language
1. Study (at least a little) every day
Learning a language is like building a fire - if you don’t tend to it, it will go out! So, once you have decided to learn a foreign language, you really should study it every day.
It doesn’t have to be for a long time though. Just 5 or 10 minutes each day will be enough, so long as you keep it up. Doing these 5 or 10 minutes will stop you forgetting what you’ve already learnt and, over time, will let you put more meat on the bones of what you’re learning.
2. Stop while you’re still enjoying it
Arnold Schwarzenegger once said that the key to his body building success was that he stopped his work out each day just before it started to get boring. On the few occasions he went past that point, he found it incredibly hard to return to the gym again the next day – and he loved working out.
So, just as tip number one suggested that you should study every day, you nevertheless shouldn’t overdo it. So, if you’re not really in the mood, just do 5 minutes. If you are in the mood though, don’t push yourself too hard. Stop before you get to the point where it doesn’t feel fun any longer. Best to leave yourself feeling hungry for more rather than bloated and fed up!
3. Use your “hidden moments”
A famous American linguist, Barry Farber, learnt a great part of the languages he spoke during the “hidden moments” he found in everyday life. Such hidden moments might include the time he would spend waiting for a train to arrive or time spent waiting for the kids to come out of school or for the traffic to get moving in the morning. These hidden moments would otherwise have been useless and unimportant in his daily life but, for someone learning a language, they can be some of the most useful minutes of the day.
4. Forget what you were taught at school
Many of us were told at school that we did not have an aptitude for languages, that we didn’t have a “knack” or a “gift” for them.
Well, if this applies to you, then please let me assure you that this is all absolute nonsense! If you are able to read these words in front of you then this demonstrates that you’ve been able to learn English and, if you can learn one language, then your brain is just as capable of learning another – it simply needs to be approached in the right way!
5. Choose the right language
If you’re going to learn a foreign language, make sure you choose a language that you’re going to have a chance to use. So, where do you like to go on holiday? Could a particular foreign language help you in your job? Consider these things carefully – because they are going to play an important role in keeping you motivated!
Paul Noble for Kids Courses
Paul Noble guides children gently through the basics, with no mention of grammar or textbooks. The only requirement is to listen carefully, repeat and, most of all, have fun!
Paul Noble Complete Courses
Paul will introduce you to the basics of the language and guide you through hours of everyday scenarios – from simple situations like asking for directions and eating out to talking about yourself and how to master the different tenses – that are practical, fun, and applicable. Just listen, interact, and learn wherever you are!
Next Steps with Paul Noble
Language learning made easy with your personal language coach
More in-depth courses for those looking to improve their language skills, with over 8 hours of audio and handy written revision guide to reinforce your learning.
Paul Noble Essential Courses
Paul will introduce you to the basics of the language and guide you through 2 hours of everyday essentials that are practical, fun, and applicable. Just listen, interact, and learn wherever you are.
Unlocking Language with Paul Noble
Paul’s first print books outlining his method with tips and techniques for learning language complement his audio courses available above.
Ideal for first-time learners or people who struggled in school, these books will help you absorb information quickly and efficiently, just like you did learning English as a child. Forget the way you used to be taught; these courses guarantee you minimum effort and maximum success without the need for complex grammar rules or jargon.
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