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Coffee Break French 15: Lessons 71-75 - Learn French in your coffee break by [Lingua, Radio]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 392 KB
  • Print Length: 56 pages
  • Publisher: Radio Lingua Ltd; 1 edition (15 Aug. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008YMIOYA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #487,700 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love Coffee Break French. It's a great learning tool. But I've started to notice a few French typographical errors in these Kindle publications, surely the last thing you need when trying to learn a foreign language. Would've been 5 out of 5 if it hadn't been for that. Don't want to pick holes in general because the podcasts are great but tighter proofreading would have been a benefit before publication of the Kindle companion notes.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9522b744) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
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HASH(0x94633d80) out of 5 stars Excellent Course 4 Feb. 2014
By Linda Baldwin - Published on Amazon.com
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I have taken the entire Coffee Break French Course and am so impressed with Mark as a teacher. I highly recommend the entire series of courses. I can listen to the audio portion on my iPod and read the text on the iPad. Brilliant!
HASH(0x93a5f7d4) out of 5 stars This is a total waste of money 17 Aug. 2015
By Mark Ng - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a total waste of money. Worse, the method of teaching is actually harmful for your language learning. The first two seasons are acceptable, but the third and fourth seasons are terrible.

Why? Apart from the fact that they give you not so many opportunities to practice speaking, they get bogged down to talking about grammatical rules and translating word for word. This is harmful to language learning in so many ways. It slows down the learning process, it instills bad mental habit (you will develop the habit of translating literally and word for word in your head which is so bad for your learning). Anybody who's experienced with language learning will tell you that grammar will be the last thing they care about when they learn a language.

I really can't understand why so many people have praised this whole thing. I think they have not finished the series. After you have finished the whole series you can understand some French and can read some French, but your accent and your ability to interact in French is not much developed; in fact, I think by the time you have finished, you will have accumulated a number of harmful learning habits which will prevent you from making further progress.
HASH(0x94645d08) out of 5 stars Book alone not sufficient need accompanying podcast. Great way to learn French 13 Jun. 2016
By W4G - Published on Amazon.com
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The Coffee Break French learning series is a wonderful way to learn French. I have been using the series for about 1 year now and started without any French background. I could probably get around as a tourist in a french speaking country at this point. Please note the books in and of themselves are not sufficient to learn French. The books are designed as a companion to the the Coffee Break French podcasts. You can get the podcasts free on a number of podcast apps (itunes, overcast, etc.) Each podcast is 15-20 minutes, so you can learn a little French each day. The books allows you to see the written words included in the podcasts. If your new to French, start the podcast and book from part 1 Lesson 1 as they build from lesson to lesson. Great program, but remember both podcasts and books are needed.
HASH(0x93472ce4) out of 5 stars Best one we've tried 11 Mar. 2015
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I am a member of a French study group and we use Coffee Break French as one of our learning tools. We are going through the lessons for the second time after using another audio program for the last year. We find CBF to be even more helpful and fun the second time around. Also we each write some questions referring to the last lesson, making kind of a "pop quiz" each week. We go over every lesson at least twice and review/question as we go along. It is a most worthwhile series. Over the 7 years that our group has et, we have used at least 4 other audio programs and CBF has been by far the most useful. Well worth the money.
HASH(0x94c5996c) out of 5 stars Coffee Break French 71-75 20 Jan. 2013
By marcel - Published on Amazon.com
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Well this is my third review of this marvellous way to learn french or reintroduce yourself to French. These are for learners of French not so much if you want some quick phrases for travel purposes - why did I choose this particular form of French learning - trolled or is it scrolled through iTunes extensive programs both as Podcasts and to buy as audiobooks. Because you listen you use the "little grey cells" (if you're a Poirot fan) and now you can look.
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