Thai Phase 1, Unit 26-30
Learn to Speak and Understand Thai with Pimsleur Language Programs
- This Edition: MP3
- Lessons: 5
- ISBN: 9781442323766
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List Price: $21.95
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Learn a new language while commuting, while cleaning the house, or working out. Like millions before you, discover the power of the scientifically sequenced and portable Pimsleur Method.
Includes 5 lessons and reading instruction (150 minutes) as MP3 download, plus PDF reading booklet
The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You’ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! Thai Phase 1, Units 26-30 build on material taught in prior units. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation, and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Each lesson contains practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension, and on learning to speak Thai. Reading Lessons are included at the end of Unit 30 to provide you with an introduction to reading the Thai alphabet. These lessons, which total about one hour, are designed to teach you to sound out words with correct pronunciation and accent. A Reading Booklet to be used with the audio lessons is also included in PDF format.
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Comments about Thai Phase 1, Unit 26-30:
If you follow the program exactly how they lay it out, you will pick up the language remarkably fast. At first it seems very redundant - don't stop and don't fast forward. It's being burned into your brain so you'll have it forever. Just be patient. Keep doing it.
The course will not make you fluent, per si. But it will give you the a very solid framework that will let you communicate effectively. The more popular languages, like Spanish, have a lot of levels available. I suspect one becomes pretty close to fluent.