Maybe Turkish always had this extra social-bus
Then I plan to listen to every level lesson one more time at the end of the program to make it 6 times total.
Pimsleur will get you speaking. It's a phenomenal
That being said, I will always reference Pimsleur if I ever start forgetting
That said, there are no notes from which to revise vocabulary
I plan on u...sing their Spanish 1 CDs to teach my daughter a little bit of Spanish on the way to school in the morning. Thanks, Pimsleur!
I did not give a 4th star because Polish stops at lesson 30. I would really like to continue learning with Pimsleur. PLEASE make Polish Intermedia
Sure, by then it was too late and she had already gone to the wrong side of the aeroplane but, hey, when I sa...w her I could fluently tell her where she should've headed to in the first place - and I understood
Still, I recommend Pimsleur to all my students!
People think I'm good at languages but it's all Pimsleur.
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