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All-Audio French

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Living Language (audio)

Narrated By: Living Language

Publisher: Living Language (Audio)

Date: October 2002

Duration: 6 hours 40 minutes

Summary:

LEARN FRENCH ON THE GO–LEARN ANYWHERE
If you have trouble finding time to fit in language lessons, All-Audio French is the perfect solution. Developed by the experts at Living Language®, this program is designed for people on the move. You can learn French as you drive, work around the house, or exercise at the gym.

SHORT, EASY-TO-FOLLOW LESSONS–NO READING REQUIRED
An English-speaking narrator guides you through 35 short lessons–just listen and repeat after native French speakers.

VOCABULARY–GRAMMAR–DIALOGUES–CULTURE
Begin with vocabulary and grammar basics before hearing a lively dialogue that includes the most current French idioms and usage. Interactive exercises reinforce what you’ve learned. You’ll also learn some intriguing facts about French customs and culture.

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  • Evan Doggett

    Basically, unless you speak French already this audiobook is virtually impossible to follow... It is way too fast and complex due to the lack of phonetics and speed at which the narration is given.

  • Anonymous

    the audiobook is the worst language learning book,

  • Anonymous

    If you have to learn French, please use the Michel Thomas CDs or Berlitz instead. This was just awful -- I don't believe that there's anyone in the world who speaks French well as a result of listening to this. I'm decent at French, but the teaching methods -- or lack thereof -- on this CD left me totally confused. One of the sample sentences is, "I am from Paris." In what situation could someone who needs to learn French (and thus use the tapes) possibly have to say, "I am from Paris." If I were from Paris, I wouldn't have rented your ridiculous French lessons! It's a wonderful language and there are some great resources out there to help you learn it. Unfortunately, this is not one of them.

  • Anonymous

    Would teach some useful words and phrases doing listen and repeat, then you have to start answering questions. That was very tough to keep up. Had to just blow by some of the exercises.