Communication issues are just an everyday part of travel to countries that don’t speak English. While it is sometimes a fun little adventure trying to get from point A to point B using hand gestures and miming, there are some moments, some days when you may not want to deal with it.
Or, you just might want to be extra, extra, extra sure your meal doesn’t come with meat.
Whatever it is, you now have a tool that can help you communicate your desires and needs without words!
What exactly is the No Speak Language Guide?
The No Speak Language Guide is a 2-page, 204 icon PDF I pieced together after hours of icon-hunting. You can print the document out on one single sheet of paper, front and back, and toss it into your pocket for quick and easy reference on the road. If you lose it, or if it gets ripped or ruined, you simply find your digital doc and print it out again.
View your No Speak Language Guide on your iPhone or smartphone of choice! Simply download the PDF to your phone and pull up when in a sticky communication situation. I actually find the images appear much clearer when viewed on a digital device!
There are images for several important categories such as an entire page dedicated to food: fruits, vegetables, meats, drinks, utensils, breads, etc. The second page focuses on activities, accommodation, transportation and electronics.
But, aren’t you all about trying to learn foreign languages?
Yes, yes I am. That said, if you’re traveling from country to country, it’s not easy to keep key words and phrases on the tip of your tongue. That’s when the No Speak Language Guide comes in handy!
Get a copy, for FREE!
I’m giving away a free download to the first 50 people to comment on this post, giving an example of a time when this might have been useful! I’ll use the email address associated with the comment and send out a free download coupon to the first 50. Easy!
Looking forward to reading your responses and making your travels just a little bit easier!