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Earworms musical language training is now half off

Skip the boring memorization tactics and learn a new language through music.
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April 24, 2019
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You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't want to learn a new language. Aside from making trips abroad far more enjoyable, learning a new language is one of the best things you can do when it comes to keeping your mind active and healthy.

But, far too many people give up on their dream of learning a new language because even the most popular language learning platforms on the market rely on boring and monotonous memorization tactics.

Earworms MBT (Musical Brain Training), on the other hand, allows you to learn a new language through the power of music, and Bundle Vol. 1-3 is available for 50 percent off at just $14.99.

There's a reason why catchy songs manage to get stuck in your head for better or worse, and the same science that makes these songs so catchy will help you learn your next language the easy way using Earworms—by simply listening to music filled with rhythmic repetitions.

After just a few listening sessions, you'll start to subconsciously acquire a collection of new verbs, nouns and connecting words that will help you speak like a true native in no time.

These three volumes are tailored to help you learn Latin American Spanish from scratch, and there are plenty of fun games and exercises to solidify your learning as you go.

Learn your next language without having to deal with boring memorization exercises with Earworms MBT for just $14.99—50 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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