New Website NativKer Facilitates Online Language Learning and Exchange
NEW YORK, April 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Language learning can be an uphill battle, especially for individuals who don't live in close proximity to others who speak the language they are learning. NativKer, a new website devoted to the language acquisition process, plans to support language learners by connecting them with native speakers who can provide direction and support that only a language insider can offer. The website's registration is currently open to both language learners and language tutors. NativKer is designed to allow quick and easy connections between language learners and experts no matter where they're located.
Each year, an increasing number of the jobs created worldwide must be filled by bilingual speakers. While many students have the opportunity to learn a foreign language in a traditional classroom setting, they don't have the benefits of working one-on-one with a language teacher. After all, learning a new language is about more than just reciting conjugation tables and learning grammar rules. In order to become truly functional in a new language, learners must converse with native speakers who can help guide their vocabulary development and model appropriate accents, pronunciations and phrase usage. Unfortunately, not all language learners can find native speakers in their communities. By pairing native speakers with language learners, NativKer is able to create an online space in which vibrant language exchange can take place. Language learners who are already taking online classes to learn a language will find this extra support invaluable. Native speakers who register through NativKer are given the opportunity to make money online and to share the beauty of their native languages with others.
In addition to fostering language learning globally, NativKer is also dedicated to preserving the world's endangered languages. Native speakers of endangered languages are encouraged to sign up with the service so that they can teach others while preserving their cultural heritage. NativKer gives native speakers of endangered languages first preference for all service benefits when they register through the company's website.
Website URL: http://www.nativker.com
Media Contact: Vanessa Menna NativKer, (569)9086-2137, firstname.lastname@example.org
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