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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:Language Experience Approach
  • Language:English
  • Pages:184
  • eBook ISBN:9789881984524

The Third Ear

You Can Learn Any Language

by Chris Lonsdale

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Overview
You've admired people who are fluent in a foreign language. You've seen the way they impress others at parties, get more job opportunities and have the most fun while travelling. You can be just like them. You just need to understand and follow a few simple steps to unleash your hidden talent - something we call your Third Ear. Learn the 5 most important sentences to get started. The 60 key words that you need to have a basic conversation in your new language. The 6 fundamental principles that great learners use to approach a new language. And much, much more! Forget what your teachers said – they were wrong! You can learn a new language quickly and easily. And the pain and frustration of traditional methods will be replaced by an enlightening journey that offers new friends, better opportunities and exciting destinations.
Description
You've admired people who are fluent in a foreign language. You've seen the way they impress others at parties, get more job opportunities and have the most fun while travelling. You can be just like them. You just need to understand and follow a few simple steps to unleash your hidden talent - something we call your Third Ear. Learn the 5 most important sentences to get started. The 60 key words that you need to have a basic conversation in your new language. The 6 fundamental principles that great learners use to approach a new language. And much, much more! Forget what your teachers said – they were wrong! You can learn a new language quickly and easily. And the pain and frustration of traditional methods will be replaced by an enlightening journey that offers new friends, better opportunities and exciting destinations.
About the author
CHRIS LONSDALE has lived and worked in Asia for a quarter-century. After studying psychology in New Zealand, where he spent the first 20 years of his life, he travelled to Beijing just after China opened to the West. An initial fascination with Chinese language and culture took him on an adventure that included travels all over China, intensive study in the Chinese martial arts, physical injury, and a subsequent reevaluation of life’s priorities. From China Chris moved to Hong Kong, which has been his base for the past 25 years. He currently runs his own business as a senior leadership coach and organisational advisor. This work takes him to many parts of the world, and gives him a privileged position to observe and influence some of the more complex problems faced by people in organisations. In the last 25 years Chris has visited places as diverse as the southern forests of India, the North Pole, and some of the world’s most important industrial and financial centres. Chris is a fluent speaker of English, Mandarin and Cantonese, and has dabbled in a number of other languages. He is married, with one daughter whom he says was, in many ways, the inspiration behind The Third Ear.
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