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Start-Up French

By: Berlitz
Length: 57 mins
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Children will love learning French 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 French. 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 French
  • 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 say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

    I'm glad I listened to it as I was curious but I found it tacky.

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

    I thought it was tacky also.

    Would you listen to another book narrated by the narrator?

    Not sure.

    Was Start-Up French worth the listening time?

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    Any additional comments?

    I'm not the target audience for this but I'd've probably hated it when I was a kid too. I found the presentation tacky and contrived. still, it's a different approach for children which may well work for some and I believe in freedom of choice and one method of teaching works for some children and not for others.