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Pimsleur German Level 1 Lessons 11-15
- Learn to Speak and Understand German with Pimsleur Language Programs
- By: Pimsleur
- Narrated by: Pimsleur
- Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
- Original Recording
German Level 1 Lessons 11-15 builds on material taught in prior units. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation.
Yes it works. And how !!
- By J. Bevan on 11-12-14
What made the experience of listening to German Phase 1, Unit 11-15 the most enjoyable?
It really works. It is amazing, but true. I follow the instructions and I remember the words and expressions. I'm through phase 1, and although it's pricey (1 credit for 5 lessons) I plan to continue because i see the results. Even my 10 y.o. wants to learn. I listen in the car, but later at home I do some additional exercises or listen to the German broadcasts. I have learned (apart from English) Russian and French at school, but this method is by far more effective.
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The Dead of Night
- The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 3
- By: Peter Lerangis
- Narrated by: David Pittu
- Length: 4 hrs and 44 mins
Amy and Dan have managed to rescue one of the Cahills kidnapped by the Vespers, but the remaining hostages are still in peril. Their search for the next ransom item leads Amy and Dan to Turkey and then to Italy where a visit to the site of an ancient disaster changes everything. The Vespers are far more dangerous than the siblings ever imagined and, even worse, it looks like they have an undercover mole posing as a Cahill. Amy and Dan have to face the biggest decision of their lives with nowhere to turn... and no one to trust.
- By Christy Oxentenko on 08-14-12
Just right for my 9 y.o.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
If your kids enjoyed other books from "The 39 Clues" series, they want be disappointed. To me this series is like a pack of vitamin candies - kids love them, you know there is not much nutritional value in them, but you yield once in a while (in this case "vitamins" are some geography and history).