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Pimsler French

To learn to speak French with the Pimsler French audios means you will immediately start with the right French accent!

The Pimsler audios are also great, because you can keep your own schedule. You have total freedom where and when you use your Pimsler French audio lessons, and you also learn French fast.

So if you're off for a holiday to France, Quebec in Canada or Switzerland, or any other place where French is spoken and you only have a few weeks to learn decent French, then Pimsler French is right for you.

French is also the language of diplomats and many Governement offices use the Pimsler French audio courses to teach their staff French. If it's good for them, it's good for you!

 

Pimsler French Audio Download

 

Pimsler French Level I: Complete - Lessons 1-30

This Pimsler French audio download includes 16 hours of spoken French language practice in thirty 30-minute lessons from the Pimsler French Comprehensive Level I program, plus plus an introduction to reading. 

Devised by language educator Dr Paul Pimsleur, the Pimsleur French Language courses provide the listener with a comprehensive, self instructional, step-by-step guide on how to learn French.

The Pimsleur approach is so effective because it is based on tried and tested techniques and principles that have proved to enable rapid and successful language learning.

The unique audio method allows you to learn French pronunciation, French vocabulary and French grammar without repetitive rote learning, in a similar way to how we acquired our native language components.

 Download the Pimsler French I Complete Course Audio here.




























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What customers say about the Pimsler audios:

 

The Pimsleur courses are a very, very good starting point for learning a new language. A common problem that most people have is going through rote exercises, getting to a certain point in the language, quitting, and never really learning anything. These courses are interesting, consistent, and engaging enough so that that very major hurtle shouldn't be a problem. Also, because it's an entirely oral/aural course, if you actually repeat everything as instructed, by the end of level 3 you are going to have a comfort level with speaking that most courses (and even college classes) won't give you. - C. P. Leroy

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I purchased this to learn some Chinese to help me when exchange students visited. I spent about 2 weeks with it. I haven't re-visted it since then. I progressed well using this during my commutes between home and work. I recommend this for folks that want to learn Chinese "passively" while working out (I-Pod) or durring a commute. Learning to read and write, etc., would require something with a workbook. -- G. Thommas

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The following comments come from a rank beginner. I have had no prior study of German at school or otherwise. 

When you hear the quality of the recording, the professional speakers on this audio (4 different speakers, three native Germans and one American narrator), and realize the research that went into its design, you would expect it to cost much more. It is difficult to compare, but I would guess this course to be equivalent to about one semester of college German. The difference is in the focus. It is about getting as much useful language as quickly as possible, and the focus on travel vocabulary: How far to Berlin? How much does a beer cost (it's German, you have to have a beer!)? How do you get to Goethe Street, etc.

But where the course really shines, is how they've hidden the complex grammar of German in simple questions and answers. You learn the way a child learns his first language, by "feeling" what sounds right in a sentence. Each lesson is a strong challenge. Not hard enough to make you quit, and not easy enough to get boring, but keeps you reaching and concentrating. I believe many studies have found this delicate balance to be the most effective in language learning. I did most lessons two or more times with good results. They suggest moving on when you get about 80% of the lesson.  -- Art Lover, Colorado, USA