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I am learning French

I Listen. I Repeat. I Speak.
Narrated by: Katie H., Florence A.
Series: I Listen. I Repeat. I Speak., Book 11
Length: 3 hrs and 56 mins
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I am learning French : 300 essential words and phrases, 140 common expressions, the 100 most common verbs, the 1000 essential French words. French is an official language in 29 countries across five different continents. It is spoken as a first language by around 77 million people ; an estimated 274 million French speakers are able to speak French as a second language. French is the second most studied language worldwide (with about 120 million current learners).  

How to learn a language differently? Today, language learning is revolutionizing : you do not have to go to traditional language classes anymore. Our learning method : a selection of hundreds of phrases and essential words. You listen to them, you repeat them, and you speak. We rely on pronunciation, oral rehearsal, listening, combined with words, essential phrases, and a vocabulary list. 20% of the words are used 80% of the time. The end goal is to get a sufficient level in one language to be able to hold simple conversations, to be able to understand simple exchanges, deal with everyday life and start exploring the new culture that opens up to you.

Please note : this audiobook is in English.

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Absolutely not for beginners

No pdf, so there is no way to really know what they are saying unless you already know.
Some mistakes. For example, "Check, please" is translated as "Verifier, s'il vous plait." Really?
Use tu and vous randomly. Sometimes you is translated as tu sometimes as vous. For a beginner, this can be confusing.
Given these problems, I really cannot trust the French translation of something I don't already know.

But if you are intermediate and use it as a refresher, I think it is still helpful.