Routledge now offering free foreign language audio exercises
27 Sep 2015 bruno 0
Whether for business, travel or pleasure the Routledge Colloquial website now makes it easier to discover and learn new languages on the go. Mastering a new language is now hassle-free and you can commit to learning a new language without the need for CD-based audio courses. The new Routledge site offers FREE AUDIO exercises for over 70 languages, and with no password protection or access limitations, you can learn a new language 24/7 – at home, at work, or on the move.
Routledge is the first publisher to offer their entire audio component completely free. Whilst using the audio tracks in conjunction with the Colloquial suite of language learning books gets the best results, some tracks can be used for revision and pronunciation independently. Whilst other language learning courses may require subscriptions or only offer snippets of supplementary content, this original content is available to stream or download completely free, and comprises all the audio exercises across the Colloquial titles.
In addition, the new website helps bring foreign language learning to the smartphone generation, opening up a world of opportunities. Features include:
- A specific ‘Colloquial’ language page for over 70 world languages, containing all audio exercises referenced in the Colloquial books
- All audio tracks can be streamed or downloaded, allowing you to fit your learning around your schedule
- Compatibility across devices – stream to any smartphone, tablet or PC
- Free access – no passwords or redemption codes required
- Find the language relevant for you – travelling to a new country? Unsure which language is spoken? Search on our map or list of regions to get the correct language.
So take a tour of the site, get started with your new language and open up a whole world of opportunities today.
Note on the Colloquials Series:
With over 70 languages to choose from, Routledge Colloquials offer the most comprehensive range of language courses. Whether you’re interested in a perennial classic such as French or German or something more exotic like Kazakh or Yiddish, the Colloquial series has the course for you