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  • Author:
    Henry N. Raymond
  • ISBN:
    1560151722
  • ISBN13:
    978-1560151722
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    Penton Overseas; CD & Book edition (July 2000)
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    Humanities
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I'm about half way through Learn in Your Car Italian, and I have to admit I've never once taken it into the car with me, for the simple reason I live only a three minute walk from work

I'm about half way through Learn in Your Car Italian, and I have to admit I've never once taken it into the car with me, for the simple reason I live only a three minute walk from work.

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Italian Complete book .

This book is a fantastic way to get your kids interested in Italian culture or get them involved in your Italian learning. And set off to travel around Italy, following clues left by the mysterious man in the hat

This book is a fantastic way to get your kids interested in Italian culture or get them involved in your Italian learning. They might even pick up a few words of Italian too! 5. Cristo si e’ Fermato a Eboli by Carlo Levi. And set off to travel around Italy, following clues left by the mysterious man in the hat. The story is full of suspense. And by following the method I teach in the course, you’ll learn how to read and enjoy it, even if you can’t imagine understanding anything in Italian right now!

The Learn in Your Car series treats you like a child-in the best possible way-starting with one-word phrases . Book Description Penton Overseas, 2000. Audio CD. Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since 1972.

The Learn in Your Car series treats you like a child-in the best possible way-starting with one-word phrases ("please," "good-by"), counting exercises, and simple nouns ("bus," "train") designed to imitate a child's learning process. First you hear the words in English, then they are repeated slowly in clear, unaccented pronunciations. Customer service is our top priority!.

Look ma, no textbooks! The Learn in Your Car series treats you like a child-in the best possible way-starting with one-word phrases ("please .

Look ma, no textbooks! The Learn in Your Car series treats you like a child-in the best possible way-starting with one-word phrases ("please," "good-by"), counting exercises, and simple nouns ("bus," "train") designed to imitate a child's learning process.

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Hidden Winter
I have had this product for about six months and have found it to be very good for what I wanted it for. Before buying the Italian version, I had also used the German and French versions, and so I knew what I was getting into. Each lesson concentrates on either a specific theme (e.g., “The Car”) or a particular grammar point (e.g., reciprocal verbs). A word or sentence is first given in English, and then there is a pause for you to give the correct answer in Italian. After the pause, the correct answer is given, and the process is repeated. I have found this format to be especially good at drilling learners on vocabulary and grammar. It does not help comprehension directly, although you do hear a lot of Italian being said. I think this product is more to the point and presents more material than does Pimsleur, which I have also used in the past. I would agree with the criticism that others have leveled about diction and speed of the Italian being spoken in this series. They also do things that they don’t explain, such as sometimes using the subject personal-pronoun but sometimes not using it. To me, one of the best features of this product is the booklet that gives the complete text of all the recordings. Thus, if you don’t understand the Italian being spoken, you can look for the correct answer in the booklet. In fact, I often use the booklet alone as its own teaching tool. Bottom line: For learning to translate English words and sentences into Italians, and for have good drills on a number of grammar points, I don’t think you can beat this product.
Friert
I really love this series. I've read the other reviews and agree with some aspects - there are a few places that it's a little difficult to understand the speaker so perhaps the recording equipment could be better. I have the Pimsleur Italian Conversational as well. But I almost exclusively listen to the Learn in the Car CDs. I just prefer it. I've used it for about a year now. I've also taken 2 beginning Italian classes from a local college and it's fun to find the CD tracks that correspond with whatever we're doing in class. I think I could use the CD alone and be learning but using them in the car, to and from work AND taking the class - well, it's been amazing how quickly I've learned. I think its because I am doing both that I am quite a bit ahead of the others in class. It's hard to judge because I also have spoke Spanish for years and no doubt, that has helped as well.

Oh, one other small negative about these CDs - in the later lessons, Level 3 Cds 2&3 - the speaker is cut off. I don't know if it's just my copies or on all of them. You hear the English, then the Italian but on the repeated Italian line, several times it cuts her off. So again, the recording quality could be a bit higher but it hasn't lessened my enjoyment in using them.
Dddasuk
I'm about half way through Learn in Your Car Italian, and I have to admit I've never once taken it into the car with me, for the simple reason I live only a three minute walk from work. I bought the course first, because I fell in love with Venice on my first trip there and second, because some of the reviews made the course sound like fun and any small hint of fun in language learning has to be looked into. It isn't exactly fun but it probably is as close to fun as any language learning can get. You still have to be extremely disciplined even to get half way through. The fun part comes because for most of the time you are actually making the sounds of what amounts to one of the world's most beautiful languages. And from time to time you can actually tell yourself that in some small way you are actually beginning to sound Italian. And that keeps you plowing through.
I have no quarrel with the content except that I rather wish that language items introduced were repeated more in later lessons. One major criticism is that there doesn't appear to be enough time given in some places for the student to repeat what the instructor has said especially if the student is stumbling over the Italian phrase as I often appear to be. So a lot of the time I find myself switching off the cassette player to give myself time to repeat the Italian phrase then switching it on again to continue. I just wonder how people who are doing the course in the car cope with this drawback.
And,oh yes, the course should be updated to take into account that Italians are now using the Euro rather than Lire.
asAS
I got the set recently and enjoy it very much. I bought it, after listening to the German Learn in your car version, which I found very useful. I like the (mostly) clear pronounciation, the vocabulary and the double repetition which is helpful, if you did not get it right the first time.

This said, I wonder if it can be useful for first time Italian students. I, myself, have been studying the language from books and tapes for about half a year, with emphasis on grammar. With that knowledge, it is easy to memorize the new words and repeat the ones I already know. I am not sure that memorizing every new expression automatically without understanding the background is such a good way to start a new language.

I highly recommend this series if you are not a complete beginner, as it is clear, efficient and pleasant to listen to.