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Gabriella: Wait any longer and you won’t master your language. Here’s why you shouldn’t wait for New Years!
Gabriella: Welcome to Innovative Language.com Sunday News! I'm Gabriella and I'll be hosting today's Sunday news with the founder of Innovative Language... Peter!
Peter: Hi everyone! Peter here.
Gabriella: In this Sunday News, find out why starting early is your best chance to reach your language goals.
Peter: Set your 2014 language learning resolutions and goals right now, listeners!
Gabriella: So, it’s a bit soon but... starting right now is the best thing you can do for your language.
Peter: Think of it like this. Some of you want to learn, but you haven’t really started.
Gabriella: And some of you made the fast and hard decision... “I will learn...” and already started
Peter: For those of you who aren’t sure yet... the bad news is, serious language ability comes to those that act early and act consistently
Gabriella: Wait, there has to be good news too, right, Peter?
Peter: Of course! The good news is there’s still plenty of time before the New Year.
Gabriella: So listeners, three big reasons why you should NOT wait til New Years to improve your language...
Peter: And one of them involves exclusive holiday discounts for our advanced learning system.
Gabriella: But we’ll tell you about that later.
Peter: First big reason? Motivation.
Gabriella: Motivation is such a BIG problem for learners that are waiting to finally learn.
Peter: You know... as it strange as it sounds, starting right now ends your motivation problems out of the simple fact that you started.
Gabriella: The top language learners don’t wait for a New Years.. or for that one perfect moment...
Peter: No way, Gabriella. They’ve kicked all excuses out of their heads and already started
Gabriella: It’s either you’re learning... or you’re not.
Peter: The second reason is related to the first... you improve your chances of success.
Gabriella: Why? If you’re using our lessons, you’re learning how to speak, read, and understand a language
Peter: Our lesson hosts break everything down so you don’t miss one word.
Gabriella: So you’re definitely seeing progress. The secret here is...
Peter: Seeing progress makes you want to make more progress!
Gabriella: And if you’re wondering how that’s even possible...
Peter: Most newcomers do, Gabriella! Just take a look at our site, take a look at the Dashboard
Gabriella: You can literally see your language learning progress, lesson by lesson.
Peter: Okay, these are great, but here’s the third reason which most of our dedicated listeners are waiting for...
Gabriella: The third reason why you shouldn’t wait for New Years to start a language is...
Peter: So most people are already spending lots of cash for the holidays, right?
Gabriella: That’s right.
Peter: But If you want to learn language at the lowest possible prices you’ll ever see.
Gabriella: Then starting at the end of November until mid-December. There’ll be non-stop, oversized, holiday discounts.
Peter: We’re not talking 10%, 15% or 30% off either, listeners
Gabriella: Think we can give any hints about the upcoming deals, Peter?
Peter: Well lets just say... expect OVER HALF OFF discounts on our subscriptions.
Gabriella: And not just subscriptions though. Everything is on sale!
Peter: Like our best selling, vocab app, WordPower, for the iPhone and Android...
Gabriella: iBooks and Audiobooks which you can read and listen to language lessons with...
Peter: Plus Mac Apps, PC Software and much more! All of these will have heavy holiday discounts
Gabriella: Be sure to browse around the Innovative Language store to see what you like.
Peter: Click the links in the description to browse through our apps, ibooks, and the store.
Gabriella: Listeners, we guarantee you, you won't get these language learning deals anywhere else.
Peter: So Don’t wait for New Years or else... you’ll miss these Huge Holiday Discounts!
Gabriella: Remember, our first Holiday Sale of the year is starts Friday, November 29th 2013.
Gabriella: And that’s all we've got time for– You’ve been listening to Innovative Language.com Sunday News!
Peter: Bye everyone!
Gabriella: Thank you for listening, and we’ll see you all next time.

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November 10th, 2013 at 06:30 PM
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When did you decide to seriously learn Japanese? What prompted this decision?

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November 17th, 2013 at 07:38 PM
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> Quang Đức Đào san,

thank you very much for the comment!

I'm sure you'll be able to study Japanese seriously soon :smile:

As long as you have a motivation, you can make it! And, good luck on your

other study as well:wink:


> cawey-san,

we have forum threads on our website and there are many JapanesePod listeners who

want to find study buddies using Skype or something. You might want to check those threads:wink:


> Akio-san,

we're very sorry about your situation:disappointed:

We have many teenage learners as well and it's great to have young learners like yourself!

We offer a lot of free contents as well, so hopefully, you can find a way to enjoy learning

with us. We understand completely your situation and also know that there are many people

(not necessarily teenagers) who wish to study Japanese but can't pay for the subscription.

We're here to help as much as we can, and also newly published lessons are accessible for

free members too. So enjoy those lessons too!


Natsuko (奈津子),

Team JapanesePod101.com

Akio
November 12th, 2013 at 03:05 PM
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But I can't take this offer because I have no money :sob:

I'm just 15 years old how want's to learn Japanese. But with all this commercial about how fast you can learn Japanese make me sad and bitter because I can't buy it. :disappointed:

cawey
November 11th, 2013 at 02:06 AM
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I have been using other methods to study Japanese for 2 yrs. now and those methods have now come to a stalemate. I didn`t care about the new yr. or whatever it was just about not being complacent on my goal of being completely fluent in Japanese. plus I have no Japanese friends to practice the language with me at this time or at least are willing to:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Quang Đức Đào
November 11th, 2013 at 01:43 AM
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I think that this year I'm still having the study in my country - Voetnam with too much work ... So I think will seriously learn Japanese next year and have an apply (now I can just learn a little about Japanese when I have freetime .... ) ... Really I'm a bit worried now :( I really love studying abroad in Japan