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Greek: Level 2 (VocabuLearn) (Greek) Audio CD – Audiobook, 1 Apr 2005


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  • Audio CD: 4 pages
  • Publisher: Penton Overseas Inc; Com/Pap edition (1 April 2005)
  • Language: Greek
  • ISBN-10: 1591255007
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591255000
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 13.6 x 2.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,529,692 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Four 45-minute CDs and a listening guide. Level 2 expands vocabulary and adds new expressions.

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I bought this at the same time as the, almost useles, Level One set. Without the classical music it is much easier to listen to and learn from, however - I would much prefer the English speaker to have better pronunciation. For instance - 'the sos'? - (I presume it is 'sauce')- I could cross-reference with a dictionary to make sure, but as I listen mostly in my car, this isn't always possible.
Good idea, useful way to expand vocabulary, but I am looking forward to the release of the Greek set in the more useful Michel Thomas Method series.
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Painless way to increase your Greek vocabulary 24 Oct. 2006
By J. Fuchs - Published on Amazon.com
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Whether or not you will like this product depends largely on how strong your grammar is and whether you mind learning things by rote repetition. There is no grammar here at all, just words and phrases, some you probably already know if you speak intermediate-level (ball, beer, lawyer, music), but many more you probably don't (playing cards, ink, chest (of drawers), chest (part of the body), owner, executive, employer, stewardess and more). If you don't know how to decline your nouns and adjectives and how to conjugate your verbs this probably isn't the best product for you as only an article and the nominative form of nouns, the masculine singular version of adjectives and the present-tense "I" form of verbs are given. In addition, there is some inconsistency between the articles used in the English version and those in the Greek as the English may be given as "a" and the Greek translation as "the," but these are minor quibbles. To me this is the perfect disk to listen to while stuck in traffic to beef up my vocabulary. First the English is given and then, after a brief pause, the Greek. The voices are pleasant and easy to understand. Where there is more than one Greek word for a meaning, both are given (e.g., "the view," for which we are given both "i orasi" and "i thea" [sorry for the English spelling!]). There are no books to study, just a pamplet that includes a list of the words and phrases on the CD so that you can see how they are spelled. My only real problem with the disk is the infrequent division of words into tracks. It's very frustrating to hit the track reverse key and end up going back to the beginning when you only want to review a dozen words or phrases. Overall, however, I liked this product so much that I ordered two more languages.
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