Earworms mbt ® Rapid Italian puts the words and phrases you need not just on the tip of your tongue, but also transports them deeply into your long-term memory. Simply by listening to these specially composed melodies with their rhythmic repetitions of Italian and English a few times, the sound patterns are indelibly burned into your auditory cortex. You will have successfully learned the Italian phrase and have the correct accent ringing in your ears. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing - while jogging, in the car, in the bath, doing the ironing - you can be learning Italian at the same time!
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PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
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I'm an audible addict!
Yes this is a great way to learn everyday useful phrases
Not at all, I want more!
The dialogue is lively and a great way to fix the words and phrases into your head
Yes, but also repeatedly
I need more at the next level please!
Comparing to previous two programs Italian 1+2 less vocabulary and no increase in language complexity nor insight.
I love Earworms learning program!
Musical background less motivating than previous two programs Italian1+2.
Lady's voice not powerful enough to be memorable.
Just buy it... that's the first three words that come to mind. I've used all three books in this series and I loved them all. That said I think I'll go listen to them again :-)
"Excellent language supplement"
I really like the Rapid Italian series; you could potentially go to Italy and successfully maneuver your way through the country with only hearing this. But, It is a great supplement to language school or more formal Italian lessons. Nonetheless, the format somehow seems the imbed words in your brain that seem to stay in your long term memory.
Yes. It's very helpful.
I think that this is a great supplement to other audio language learning approaches.
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