Pimsleur French Level I
When I was in high school, you could choose to take French or Spanish classes. I chose Spanish because in the area of the country where we live, there are more people who speak Spanish. I have always wanted to learn how to speak French, though. I would love to be able to listen to French music and understand what is being said. I don’t know. Speaking French just always seemed cool to me. Of course I jumped on the opportunity to try Pimsleur French Level I course. I have already tried a couple of other Pimsleur courses and I know that they can help you learn to speak a new language quickly and easily.
The Pimsleur Approach uses repetition in a way that doesn’t make it seem like you are being babied when you are learning a new language. It teaches you words and circles back around to those words as lessons progress so you don’t forget them. It’s not just a random way of teaching language which may have been how you have been taught a new language in the past.
Have you taken French at a younger age but have a hard time remembering what you learned? This course is for you. I know that once I started with the Spanish, I remembered a lot of what I was taught. I’m sure it will be the same way for you if you take French. There are thirty lessons in this course. I have not done all thirty lessons, but the course is designed for you to be able to do a lesson a day. If you follow the course this way, you will be speaking French in a month. How awesome is that????
If you commute a long way to work, pop one of these cds in on your way to work and you can be learning a new language while you would normally be just driving and singing along to the radio…or whatever you do on your way to work.
I definitely recommend giving Pimsleur French a try. You can click here to get it on Amazon.
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