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Tongue-tied travellers get lessons

26 Mar 2009

Tongue-tied business
travellers in Asia may find their  solution in a new music-based
language-learning programme from Berlitz.

The language audio-packs
include packs for Earworms Musical Brain Trainer draws on the mind’s
capacity to remember words with minimum concentration when they are
taught in a melodic pattern.

David Gooding, sales and marketing
director (Asia-Pacific) for Berlitz said: “We’re incredibly excited
about the launch of Earworms MTB across Asia. We have seen a 23 percent
increase in our language business in Asia this year which is inline
with the ever increasing language learning market in Asia for
education, business and leisure. We are seeing increasing demand for
Asian languages such as Mandarin, Japanese as well as European
languages French, Spanish and Italian.”

Earworms concept draws on the latest research into accelerated learning and memory enhancement.

The
200 essential words and phrases will literally ring in the ears, as
audio packs are compatible with iPod and MP3 players, perfect for those
on the move. Selected courses are already available on Cathay Pacific’s
inflight system CX Studio.

Future courses are planned for Cantonese and Korean.

Individual packs cost around US$17 each.

For more details, go to www.earwormslearning.com

Kenny Coyle



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