Children enjoy learning languages!
French is the second-most widespread language worldwide after English, and both languages are spoken on the 5 continents. Children learn quickly and are generally attracted and motivated to learn if the lesson is performed in a relaxing and fun atmosphere. Taking the lesson online is exciting because kids love to use the computer and appreciate the real time interaction!
With our French program, your child can start at the age of 6 years old and it is suitable for children up until 12 years old! The sooner your child is exposed to language learning, the quicker he or she will learn and stay motivated to learn foreign languages. Studies have shown -- and experience has supported -- that children who learn a language before the onset of adolescence are much more likely to have native-like pronunciation. Learning a second language does not interfere in learning your native language properly – for example if the native language is English, a number of reports have demonstrated that children who have learned a second language earn higher SAT scores, particularly on the verbal section of the test!
With a pair of earphones, a webcam and our visual teaching material – your child will not see the time pass as he or she is taking the lesson. The teacher will target the lesson's objective towards comprehension. Through games, pictures, drawings, small role plays, songs and more, the teacher will keep the student's attention in a fun and relaxing atmosphere during the entire lesson.
Every class will last for 1 hour and after the lesson, the child will receive one or two exercises to do as homework.The lesson can be taken on a weekday or on a week-end at a suitable time for your child.
Our students also take up the DELF A1 - Beginners level, and DELF A2 - Intermediate level, exams after our ‘Learning French for DEFL’ program.
You want to learn German and are an absolute beginner?
No matter, if you want to go to Germany either as a tourist or if you want to work there, this online course gives you the basics you need. If you are a busy professional and don't have time to visit a course centre in your city or if there is not at all one in your area, then this course is right for you.
In this course, you will learn to write as well as to speak. In the lessons you will learn how to cope with several situations in everyday life. You will also learn how to pronounce special German sounds correctly by a special training. Every lesson contains a conversation about an everyday life situation. Even after the first lesson you will be able to have a little conversation. Step by step, you will learn more words and more grammar. Try your first lesson now, and you will see that German is not as difficult as it seems. With the right training, success comes soon.
Why learn Spanish? Why is it important in today's world?
Spanish is the second most natively spoken language in the world, after Mandarin Chinese. Spanish is the primary language of 20 countries worldwide. It is estimated that the combined total number of Spanish speakers is between 470 and 500 million. It is the second most studied language and second language in international communication. Every year the number of people studying Spanish grows significantly.
If you are trying to learn Spanish, We are sure you will find our online classes helpful. For most people, learning a language can be quite challenging .Spanish is not a very difficult language for students who already speak English but students who already speak another Latin-based language like Italian, French or Portuguese will definitely have an easier time. The important thing is not to give up. Keep at it and you will be amazed at how things start to make sense.
Why learn Arabic?
Are you considering learning Arabic? But you are not sure why it might be beneficial? In addition to the reasons why everyone should learn a language, here are 5 solid reasons why Arabic might be an excellent choice for you.
1. Arabic is the 5th most commonly spoken native language in the world.
Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries and there are well over 300 million native speakers of the language. These speakers are largely concentrated in the Middle East, but there are minority groups of native speakers throughout the world. It is also an official language of the United Nations, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Conference, and the African Union.
2. Arabic is the liturgical language of Islam.
In addition to the millions of native speakers, many more millions know Arabic as a foreign language, since as the language of the Qu'ran, it is understood by Muslims throughout the world.
3. There is a high demand and low supply of Arabic-speakers in the Western world.
Relatively few Westerners ever venture to learn Arabic. With the growing importance of the Middle East in international affairs, there is thus an extreme shortage of workers in the West who are versed in Arabic language and culture. Those who study Arabic can find careers in a variety of fields: journalism, business and industry, education, finance and banking, translation and interpretation, consulting, foreign service and intelligence, and many others. Only 1 % of the United States 12,000 FBI agents have any knowledge of Arabic at all, and this includes those who know only a few words.
4. There are financial incentives for learning Arabic.
The US government has designated Arabic as a language of strategic importance. The National Strategic Language Initiative instituted in 2006 promotes the learning of Arabic (and other languages deemed critical) among Americans through numerous scholarships and supported learning opportunities. These include support for language courses from beginning to advanced levels, study abroad programs, intensive instruction opportunities, teacher exchanges, and professional development.
5. Arabic-speaking nations are a fast growing market for trade.
Initiatives to integrate the Arab world into the global economy are opening up numerous potential new business opportunities. The Arab region with its rapidly growing population provides a huge export market for goods and services. With a GDP of over 600 billion dollars annually, the region also has much to offer the world market. In order to do business effectively, one must understand the language and culture of the people with whom one hopes to negotiate and conduct trade.
So….why wait? Give it a try
Hindi is the first official language of India, alongside English, and is spoken as a lingua franca across the Indian subcontinent and Indian diaspora. Hindi shares its roots with other Indo-Aryan languages such as Sanskrit, Urdu, and Punjabi, as well as Indo-Iranian and Indo-European languages spanning Tajik to Pashto to Serbo-Croatian to English. Knowing even basic Hindi, whether for heritage, business, or pure curiosity, will allow you to communicate with over 1 billion people on this planet and become immersed in a rich language and culture.
Learn Hindi online by practicing with a native speaker. Write or speak Hindi online to improve grammar or conversation.
Malayalam is the official language of Kerala. Spoken by over 35 million people, it is one of the 22 officially recognized languages of India and ranks eighth in its number of speakers.
Kids from the Malayalee community born and brought up in countries other than their native are found to be unaware or have limited usage of their mother tongue Malayalam. These Parents find it very difficult to pass over the language to their children due to lack of time or interest among kids. To cater to this ever growing requirement, Athome tuition Inc. has developed an innovative methodology to teach Malayalam online. The classes are fun packed with colorful animated PowerPoint presentations in English that are handled by trained tutors having expertise in the subject.