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Audio books are growing. I have listened to books for months now, But I prefer my books in paperback/hardback format.
I would prefer the books to learn Spanish because it's hard for me to understand anything at all.
This is not a program or a lesson; it is an ad. Period.
No redeeming qualities.
It's not a book, it's an ad.
the world is a cabaret
too long yap yap trying to sell the book and hyping its features instead of showing the actual Spanish speaking program - lots of English talk instead of action -fly by night cheap used car sales practices
introduction, which is more than half of the segment
Learning this way is frustrating. I would not recommend. Try pimsleur instead. Works better for those who want to learn.
I really liked the system. It was a little cheesy and I wish they had broken the pronunciation down a little more but it was engaging and definitely something I would listen to again.
This is worthless. And if you go to the website it's promoting, it sends you a stream of spam. Audible: This kind of advertising (as opposed to books) cheapens your site.
I probably would not go with Language Learning. In this "Level 5" offer from audible, the narrator talks for 12 straight minutes about the "program" and its benefits. In the last 6 minutes there are some samples of spoken Spanish, but there was so much background noise (e.g. city traffic, people, sports) that I could not grasp what was being said.
Tone it down. Make the background noise - background.
In the sample, the man speaking was from Barcelona where the national language is Catalan - a mix of Spanish and French. Additionally, they have some pronunciation nuances that are different from Spanish such as the /th/ for "s".
No, I think I've vented enough.
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