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|eric151||Tuesday 12th of April 2005 07:22:00 AM|
|Pimsleur - do any of you have Pimsleur Norwegian? it's just like another program for teaching yourself but it's really expensive. any thoughts?
|morprussell||Tuesday 12th of April 2005 07:45:13 AM|
| - Hi, I have Pimsleur Norwegian, but I haven't used it yet. I'm currently doing the French Comprehensive series. I am almost finished with the first 30 lessons and I'm very happy with it. The Noregian is only available in a compact 10 lesson format. If you decide to buy it here is a site that has some very good pimsleur prices. http://www.cheappimsleur.com/home Don't forget to check ebay also.
|eric151||Tuesday 12th of April 2005 11:04:12 PM|
| - cool thanks. yeah it's about that same price on ebay. should i even bother with it though if it's only 10 lessons? maybe it would be a good supplement to my teach yourself norwegian tapes... hmmm|
|morprussell||Wednesday 13th of April 2005 06:13:50 AM|
| - Pimsleur is a helpful pronunciation tool. I guess it would depend on how much you know already. You can try to download it... here is a link from the official site where you can download a sample lesson. http://www.simonsays.com/content/content.cfm?sid=128&pid=412582&agid=5 You might as well try it. |
|krs240||Tuesday 03rd of May 2005 01:41:05 AM|
| - I sure hope you didnt buy it already... I think that the comprehensive sets are cool, but the compact 10 lesson programs are a waste of money (probably electricity too, if you decide to download it :P). They never really get deeper than saying "Excuse me, would you like to get some beer at the restaraunt on such and such street?". Which you can probably already say that, anyways I hope I was helpful.|
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