If you've ever wanted to learn a new language but felt daunted by how to best achieve it without enrolling in an expensive course, this is the audiobook for you. Paul Noble's revolutionary method makes learning simple and straightforward. And it works.
An exciting, nontraditional approach to language learning with the easy, relaxed appeal of an audio-only product. No books. No rote memorisation. No chance of failure.
This download contains the entire course:
Part one: language ground rules; the use of the past tense; numbers; essential vocabulary to use when booking into a hotel, taking a taxi, and eating out
Part two: asking for directions, verb revision, travelling by bus and train, introducing and talking about yourself
Part three: useful phrases when shopping, vocabulary for conversing with a pharmacist or doctor, practice and revision, the future tense
Course review: the course review offers a very useful opportunity to revise the full course and practice what you have learnt
A native-speaking Spanish expert helps you to perfect your pronunciation. Learn over 6,000 words in no time at all, and learn how to make your new vocabulary work for you. A downloadable booklet is also included to use as a reference and revision tool.
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Better than Michelle Thomas or Pimsleur
The course takes a very modern and engaging approach to language learning which will be familiar to anyone who has used Michelle Thomas or Pimsleur. To be honest it's pretty much a mix of the two methods- but it's better than both. The host has a much nicer manner than Michelle and the flow of conversation is much more seamless than with Pimsleur. For me, one of the most important things about any language course is how enjoyable it is, because that will dictate how often I press play. This one has a nice mix of being engaging, challenging and rewarding- all without being exhausting. It's good- get it!
Michelle Thomas has the same conversational style, but I find his voice annoying and his manner a bit condescending.Pimsleur uses the same spaced repetition to ensure retention of new words, but the structure of the lessons gets a bit predictable and dry pretty rapidly.
This one combines the best parts of the other two, and improves upon them.
Good but with a lot of room for improvments