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French Parallel Audio - Learn French with 501 Random Phrases using Parallel Audio - Volume 1

Narrated by: Lingo Jump
Length: 8 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Languages, French
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Summary

Learn anywhere

We’ve specifically developed our language courses for audio learning, so you can complete other tasks while learning French. You can learn while you are running, working out, walking, driving, or even when you are doing chores. Our parallel audio learning system teaches you wherever you are, without requiring a reference manual.

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We will have you speaking French in no time! Lingo Jump's parallel audio language learning system makes it easy to learn languages at your leisure. Whether you're relaxing or on the go, our simple, clear, and fun audio lessons help you learn through imitation of our speakers.

Immerse yourself in a new language with confidence - we're here to get you talking using phrases that you'll learn with ease through parallel audio.

Listen and learn

Parallel audio is the key to Lingo Jump's language-learning methodology. Through repetition of clearly pronounced words and phrases at a tempo that's easy to follow, you'll not only find it easier to understand and speak French, you'll also improve your memory, boost your listening skills, and pick up the correct accent.

Our speakers follow a specific speech pattern throughout the audiobook, making phrases predictable and helping you understand words and phrases through context. We keep you solely focused on the language, without any distracting background music.

Fast, effortless, and fun!

Lingo Jump’s unique parallel audio language learning system combines repetition, different speeds, and predictable speech patterns. Simply listening to the repeated phrases helps you pick up languages by instinct, preparing your brain for a language’s repeated patterns. It’s like we’re throwing a ball to you in the same way over and over so that soon you can catch it without thinking about it.

Perfect for all levels

Lingo Jump is ideal to get beginners speaking a French almost immediately. The parallel audio system also helps intermediate and advanced speakers achieve fluency in a new language.

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

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  • Chaz
  • 12-05-19

500 well chosen phrases, clearly articulated

This is my second language being drilled through this method. The first is Arabic. The authors have used the same English prompts, I believe, and followed with translations for each language. The French articulations that follow are superbly pronounced. As the individual course goes on, the French articulations are repeated in the same order (first English-French, prounounced a few times -fast, slow, fast; then just the French; then just the English-French, one time). This is very effective. Also there is no annoying music, lengthy self-advertisement, overly English explanation, etc.
I should note that I do not think this series is ideal for a pure beginner, but unlike the Arabic if you are a pure beginner you might still find it useful as 60 percent or so of English is derived from or heavily influenced by French.
As to criticisms, (1) the English pronunciation appears to be a "high" English dialect which is annoyingly peculiar for example in adding some -s plural's to the noun subject where singular is intended; (2) there is one English phrase that is missed - the English speaker just clears his throat. This then gets propagated within in the lesson, and if you are hearing the English prompts over more language lessons then you'll hear that again, over and over, and the irritation becomes magnified; (3) there is no French pronunciation followed by English definition set of phrases within the group of lessons.
On the whole this is an excellent way to learn while doing something else like driving, and I highly recommend it. A .very detailed pdf which shows the phrases pronounced is included.
A legitimate system by the way (unlike another series being aggressively reviewed - buyer beware).

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