Listeners learn pronunciation, vocabulary, & grammar of German without the need of a textbook.
©1993 Henry N. Raymond (P)2014 Penton Overseas
Someone who doesn't want to actually learn German but to learn a list of words with little practical use.
The fact that there was none
Well... given it's uncredited there really isn't anything I can say
It did have German in it, and the translation of words too. So better than some language learning titles I've tried from Audible
Do not buy! A useless list of words there is much better ways to learn German on the market.
"Very good book"
I really liked this book because it covers a lot of material in a clever way which helps you remember what you learn. The grammar explanations in the supporting booklet were very useful. It is also good that the German words/phrases in the audio are repeated twice and there are small pauses which allow you to repeat the worda yourself if you wish. This really suited my learning style.
"A Great Resource"
There is a treasure trove of material here, especially for listeners who already have a fundamental grasp of German and want to enrich their knowledge of the language and perfect their skills. Highly recommended in those circumstances - though it isn't so much geared at holding the hand of complete beginners.
The narrators speak very clearly and correctly.
Pleased to see how my German was improving!
This may not be a standard German course, but for anyone with some prior knowledge of German it is a fantastic resource. I would not be without this series.
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