The methodology is so simple that children can join in the fun. You’ve probably heard the name “Vinny” and written or read the word “map” thousands of times, but it might surprise you to discover that both of these familiar words can add to your growing vocabulary of Creole. Building your knowledge of Creole one familiar English word at a time helps to remove the tedium and intimidation students can often feel when embarking on new language study. By simply placing the two words together and saying “map Vinny,” you’ve spoken your first sentence in Creole and told people, “I’m coming.” It is that simple, and with this book as your guide, you’ll soon be engaging in lively conversations with native speakers.
Acquire Multiple Skills Simultaneously
In most standard language programs, it’s challenging to work on your accent while learning unfamiliar grammar and memorizing new vocabulary all at the same time. The challenge of juggling these very different tasks can stall the excitement of learning a new language. When you study Creole using the Kreglish Method, you’ll effortlessly pronounce the words correctly because you already know the sounds from your mastery of English. With this simplified language learning process, you can add new words and move quickly through the levels, looking forward to each new lesson.