An upbeat, simple approach to learning the building blocks of the French language. Sam Goodyear, noted actor, performer, tutor, teacher, and writer created this work for his students and now it's available to the rest of us. It is an inviting approach to the key elements of learning French. On the Road to French can be listened and relistened to versus the bloated language programs available at far higher prices. The ideal companion to this audiobook is Sam's French on the Tip of Your Tongue.
John Adams was the leading political figure from New England during the American Revolution, the Constitutional Conventions, and the early presidential races. John Adams was on the Committee of Five chartered to draft the Declaration of Independence. He led the movement to appoint Thomas Jefferson as the drafter of the Declaration, helped steer the draft through the political groups established to review it, and forever after proclaimed it to be the leading document in American history.
The companion to On the Road to French, this recording features a vibrant and handy list of 500 words and phrases that are key to unlocking the French language.
The On the Tip of Your Tongue series identifies words in 11 key categories, so you can learn to be an effective speaker in that language. This series is productive, because you can approach a language from both sides: the language you wish to learn, with the words in that language first, followed by your own language with each word spoken twice. In many ways students find this approach less stressful because they can hear the new language and think about the proper word in their own language; using both approaches in tandem works best for most people.
Learn French with three best-selling Simply titles at a discount. Appropriate for the English speaker seeking to learn French and French speaker seeking to learn English. The core title is On the Road to French, going through your need to know list to have the most appropriate information succinctly given. French on The Tip of Your Tongue and English on the Tip of Your Tongue let you learn over 500 words and phrases both ways—English to French and French to English.
The On the Tip of Your Tongue series identifies words in 11 key categories for you to learn so that you can become a more fluent speaker of a new language. This series is effective because it allows you to approach a language from both sides: the language you wish to learn, with the words in that language first, followed by your language, with each word spoken twice. Many students find this approach less stressful, because it enables them to hear the new language and visualize the proper word in their own language.
This vibrant and handy companion to Simply Spanish for English speakers features 500 words and phrases that are key to speaking Spanish like a native.
An unexpected inheritance collides with a fatal diagnosis. Two longtime friends spend a week in Paris living each day as if it were their last, visiting sites, eating, drinking, and being merry, in spite of dire circumstances. Francophiles will relish the appreciation for all things French. This story is based on fact.
An American is reunited with two Swedish friends 53 years after knowing them as a boy in Ankarra, Turkey. A mixture of the real and fantasy, this story features a terrorist attack, tea with the Swedish King and Queen, and a conversion about music appreciation from Mozart to Wagner. Information, humor, and implausibility keep the listener trying to sift fact from fiction, while learning about Stockholm, too.
A dog name Finski leaves from New York by air and becomes Mozart - one of his 24 names - in Salzburg. Humor, heartbreak, Salzburg, and Mozart are abundant in this true account of bond between man and dog - the dog that became a celebrity in Salzburg.