This is a guest post.
I’m an adult in my forties. I’m too old and it’s too hard to learn a new language right? Well, that depends on which program you’re planning on using. I speak from experience because I tried to learn Brazilian Portuguese with a program offered by one of the larger companies. I didn’t work very well for me. I tried, but it just wasn’t for me. I was resigned to the fact that I would probably have to use the same dozen or so words that I already knew when I visited the country of Brazil.
Well, after my arrival in to the country for the fourth time I bumped into a couple form the United Kingdom and I couldn’t believe how well they spoke the native language. Of course after hearing them and getting excited at the prospect that an American like myself could learn the language I asked them how they learned to speak Portuguese and recommended a program called Portuguese For Life.
As soon as I got back to my hotel later that night I checked out the company’s website. The participant can start communicating in Portuguese immediately. Once you sign up you’ll be granted full access to all levels of Portuguese For Life. You define the level and the time you wish to invest in learning. So basically it can be as accelerated as you want. You can really crank it up if you want to become fluent quickly. The program was also produced by a team of Brazilian professionals with more than 30 years of teaching experience. It was natural for the founders, having owned several successful traditional language schools in Brazil, to adapt their proven teaching method to this killer online platform. I can’t wait to get started.