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I am bilingual and speak both of my languages to mothertongue level, however have been searching for more languages to tuck under my belt, at least at moderate levels of understanding. This unit began with a conversation which the listener could not have understood, went on to explain and teach the listener to understand, grasp and learn the conversation, not simply sentence by sentence, but by using the words in different sequences and intonations in order to help them come fully to grips with the conversation. By the end, having both listened to and participated in the conversation, the learner knows for certain how much he/she has learnt and can feel confident enough to move on and be proud of what they have achieved.
Very pleased and shall be pursuing the course further.
What made the experience of listening to Farsi Persian Phase 1, Unit 01 the most enjoyable?
The reader went at a good pace and encouraged the listener to practice and participate. It wasn't a lecture, it was like a one on one teaching session.
What other book might you compare Farsi Persian Phase 1, Unit 01 to and why?
The only other book I saw on audible for learning Farsi/Persian was this green book I don't know the name of but it went way to fast and wasn't cohesive.
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Any additional comments?
Convinced me to buy the whole series. By the way, buying the whole thing at ~$150 is cheaper than buying each chapter on it's own, comes out to ~$170. Yup, I did the math.
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Only chapter 2 contains any lessons chapter 1 is the history and theory behind this learning method.
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