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T&M Fluenz German 4 - Multimedia Interactive German Course


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Fluenz German 4 - Multimedia Interactive German Course | 4.32GB

Excellent on Fundamentals - One of the most common complaints about both the Rosetta Stone and Berlitz German courses is an over reliance on immersion learning. Immersion learning can be effective, but only when you are being exposed all of the time to the language. With a software program that is not really possible.

Fluenz German uses a much more teacher orientated approach. At the start of each lesson Nora Naatz explains the important points about the vocabulary and grammar that you are going to learn. By making sure that you understand the fundamentals the German language, it is much easier to make consistent improvements.
High production values - Another area that Fluenz German stands out is in design. Some language courses look like software from the 1990's, but everything about Fluenz German looks modern. This includes the quality of the video and the user interface.
Plenty of material - If you buy the complete Fluenz German course, you will have no shortage of study material. In total there are 150 different lessons, with many over two hours long. If you spend between half an hour to 1 hour a day studying, you should expect to take about six weeks to finish a single disk. The lessons are a lot of fun however, and so while there is a lot to get through it doesn't really feel like hard work.
Constant repetition - Words and phrases are constantly repeated through out German Fluenz. When a new word is first introduced it will be clearly explained by your video tutor. It will then be repeatedly drilled in the lesson. You will also find it reappearing in future lessons as well. This constant repetition makes it possible for even the most stubbornly resistant learner to remember new words.

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