Why learning Welsh with Linkword works for dyslexic learners
“Dyslexic students who study languages have difficulties hearing sounds, connecting those sounds to letters, sounding out words and memorizing new vocabulary. They also struggle more in reading and writing activities”. (Google)
Linkword deals with the problem that dyslexic learners have with the sound of foreign words by making very strong links between the English word and another English word that sounds like the foreign word to be remembered (the Linkword). This acts as a stepping stone to remembering the foreign word. Very quickly the Linkword drops out leaving the learner knowing the foreign word.
See for yourself how easy it is to learn with Linkword by trying the free demo below.
Picture this image in your mind’s eye as vividly as you can for 10 seconds…
The Welsh for CHEESE is CAWS
Imagine COWS producing CHEESE
After this 2 minute demo you will be amazed at your ability to start speaking and translating sentences in Welsh!
We have conducted a study on dyslexic learners, showing that when they used Linkword , their level of vocab learning was equal to that of non-dyslexic learners-this has never been shown before. We also published, in the Language Learning journal, a study at Rugby school, where a class of poor language learners, involving dyslexic learners, greatly improved their end of term exam performance compared to previous exam performance by using a Linkword course.
Below are responses by dyslexic learners on Trustpilot
There were no other responses by dyslexic learners. (98% of all trustpilot responses are 5*)
Linkword is an awesome way to learn a…
Linkword is an awesome way to learn a language. I’m dislecsic and struggled at school.ideal for ladies and gentlemen of all ages.i would use another system. I decovered it back in the 80s when paul daniels did a show on it on tv.since then I have been hooked.most gentleman are pridomitley visual,so ideal for all gentleman. Also ideal for business ladies and gentlemen. I’m an ex flight attendant. I used the linkword system to learn Japanese, its one of the hardest languages to learn.i passed all my training with top Mark’s.i worked for a top japanese company and traveled the world.at the moment I’m going to learn Arabic and French. Its easy to learn a language with this systern languages are so simple to masters this way.you can learn so fast as well.try the demo please and buy the apps or cds.when you can look into somebody’s eyes of a different nationality, and the person understands you you feel so happy you feel like crying. Thankyou Michael. Michael designed linkword and is a charming gentleman. Buy his systems from all the flags around the globe.thankyou very much indeed.Lisa Roberts from Coventry. United kingdom five *’s
Date of experience: 10 October 2020
Truly the easiest way to learn a language
Having tried a number of language learning courses I always found it almost impossible to retain the information. Then I stumbled upon Linkword Languages and found its word association methods an absolute deal breaker for my limited retention abilities. I used it for massively improving my French a few years ago and I am now back as a customer again in expanding me Greek.
Date of experience: 13 January 2021
‘I have mild dyslexia and learning a language in class was difficult. The linkword method as an alternative works very well for me’.
Date of experience: 23 April 2021
Easy way to learn lanuages for someone with dyslexica
I have dyslexica and this is a super easy way for me to learn different languages while on the move. Although I would like to see more languages added to linkword in the future like Swedish, Norwegian or Danish.
Date of experience: 28 November 2021
Excellent course. I am a visual learner and have found the link word methodology really helpful. I can’t believe I’m actually enjoying learning Italian! I searched for a course that suited dyslexic learners and this one is very good. Support from Michael at Linkword Languages is very prompt and helpful. Highly recommend.
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