If you’re looking to learn new languages and meet new cultures, you’ve come to the right place. Guided Immersion is the most efficient way to learn a new language. You’ll learn more content, more quickly, at an affordable price.
My name is Jonty Yamisha, and I am an ethnic Circassian. At age 31, I taught myself to speak the Kabardian dialect of that language. It is one of the world’s most ancient and complex languages, and learning to speak it was the most challenging thing I’ve done in my entire life.
Learning Circassian enabled me to reconnect with my heritage and allowed me to discover the secret to learning a new language.
By the time you finish reading this page, you will understand how my OptiLingo program works and why it’s the best, most efficient way to learn a new language.
I call my approach Guided Immersion. It begins with a focus on common phrases and high-frequency words. Both are placed in the context of native speakers and everyday activities, so you hear how the language is spoken in the real world and learn to speak naturally, as native speakers do.
Guided Immersion is the most efficient way to learn a new language. You'll learn more content, more quickly, at an affordable price. Here's how our courses are structured.
Sample provided is for Spanish but all languages operate similarly.
In every lesson, the content is presented across one’s target language and English, in both directions. This is an effective process because different parts of the brain are responsible for translating from another language into English, and from English back into another language.
I add structure and context so you truly understand how and why a certain word or phrase is used in the way it is presented. Rather than learning boring grammatical rules and endless vocabulary words lacking context, you’ll learn real-world application and begin to speak with ease.
Finally, Guided Immersion uses spaced repetition systems, which present and re-present content at graduated intervals. It’s like high-intensity interval training for your brain.
Many people give up long before they finish learning. They struggle to recall the study habits they used in high school or college when they are attempting to learn a new language. When those same approaches are not working, frustration and uncertainty set in.
This is where Spaced Repetition Systems (SRS) come into play. These systems can help language learners of all ages structure how they study in a way that assists their memory of the material and their learning of it.
OptiLingo’s SRS involves breaking the material down into smaller chunks and studying each smaller part each day for five days. For example, on the first day, people review the oldest material they learned. On a subsequent day, they review the next oldest section of material before going back and reviewing the material they prepared the previous day.