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Next Steps in French with Paul Noble - Complete Course

French Made Easy with Your Personal Language Coach
Narrated by: Paul Noble
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)
Regular price: $10.90
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Publisher's Summary

Take your French to the next level with Paul’s tried and tested method, guaranteed to deepen your understanding of the language with his easy-to-follow approach. 

Next Steps is an intermediate course, for nonbeginners, which follows on from the Complete French Beginner’s course. 

Building on your existing knowledge, Next Steps is designed to teach you the essential tenses and grammar you need to independently construct sentences in a simple and logical manner. 

This is the perfect audio course for those looking to develop their French and further their fluency, containing the complete eight hours of audio and a handy downloadable booklet to help you revise and reinforce your learning. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Paul Noble (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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Great expansion on the course

This was just what I needed after finishing the previous course and keeping sharp with Duolingo. This next level took me to the conversational level.

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Excellent book

Once again Paul Noble publishes an outstanding book for language learning. I have tried several other authors, no-one in anywhere near.

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Excellent!

Paul is excellent. Nice calming voice to listen to, and the pace was just right.

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profiter du livre

I have completed half the book. Definitely learning more!!! A great continuation to the previous 3 books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-01-19

Amazing book

I listened to the book before this and i loved it, and this one is a continuation of the first course :)

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  • Fingers
  • 02-25-19

Impressed. Very thorough.

I hadn’t listened to the beginner course before this as I’m already at an intermediate/advanced level of French but I do like to make use of different resources as I often find there’s things of use. Whilst I already knew the vast majority of what was covered I thought there were some really good tips and his explanation of how to think about the two tenses covered here (imparfait and passé composé) was really good. There is a lot of repetition, as there should be but this was done in a clever way which I think will ensure it stays with the learner. The biggest positive is that it leaves enough time after asking the question for you to think and say out loud your answer without pausing which is so often neglected on these types of courses. I don’t think you could have too many complaints with this.

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  • P S WHISSON
  • 02-25-19

Worthwhile: sound (but unexciting).

If you have made your way successfully through First Steps, you will probably agree that the programme has guided you into a kind of comfort zone of extracting responses from you that are for the most part 'determined' to be correct by the prompts of the coach.
Next Steps continues with this method, which is why I would sum up the experience as being sound but unexciting. And in some respects Next Steps makes for easier practice than First Steps in that there is nothing as tricky in the selection of language points as the lessons on the placement and order of pronouns, which make up a large part of First Steps.

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  • C. West
  • 03-02-19

So easy to use and understand

This course is brilliant to get to you speaking French easily, naturally and confidently - I highly recommend if like me you’ve been struggling for years!! Thank you Paul it’s like having a personal tutor xx

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  • Bussup
  • 01-31-19

The Past

really is just all about the past tense so a tad disappointed after the excellent first book.

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  • Least Weasel
  • 02-12-19

not all there

This audiobook is taken from a cd pack. while the content is excellent, several cds (6 I think, including 2 revision cds) have not been represented. this means that when you purchase the next course, as I just have, there is a vast knowledge gap.
A huge disappointment as I was learning well.

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  • Hugh
  • 02-07-19

bit slow at first then great

i love Paul noble and smashed through his part 1 2 and 3. i found this book more repetitive and slow for the first 33% compared to part 3 and 2 then got harder which i liked valuable stuff.