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Children will love learning Italian with Start-Up! Designed for kids, this musical language program will help your child get excited about learning, develop language skills, and get ahead in Italian. Various musical styles, such as rock, pop, and hip-hop, will delight kids and make learning fun.

  • Cool music makes it easy to master basic Italian
  • Includes words and themes kids can relate to, such as school, home, and shopping
  • Reinforces language studies and helps children succeed
  • © and (P) Berlitz Publishing Company, Inc.

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    • jillian grant
    • 02-14-17

    Tacky but different

    Would you try another book written by Berlitz or narrated by the narrator?

    Maybe.

    What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

    Tacky and contrived.

    What three words best describe the narrator’s performance?

    Tacky, contrived, unconvincing.

    Was Start-Up Italian worth the listening time?

    I'm glad I listened as I was curious but it isn't my way of learning languages.

    Any additional comments?

    Once again I'm not the target audience and the presentation wasn't for me and probably wouldn't've been for me when a child but it's good that this kind of teaching is out there if children do find it good for learning.