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-DarthMaul-

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#1 11 years ago

Topic Entertainment, The Euro Method....This is the box set that contains 8 CDs, 3 audios, and 5 computers(by level) It dosent have to be in german(since they have it in other languages) but has this program, you being very new to the language you bought, helped you with learning your language? I have this cd, pope it in, did a few lessons..but it seems to me like a bunch of tests, and the further I go the harder it gets, since Im not learning new content yet I have to stop till german class in school. (This CD teaches Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced)

Or am I doing something wrong with it? :P I really need to learn this lanuggae guys..As in to the fullest. Speaking it like a normal german would.

And yes Ive had this cd for a while, thought Id revisit it, but, aslo ask if anyone has any experience with THIS software.




Piet

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#2 11 years ago

Well, I have learned to speak spanish by talking to spanish people.. Not some stupid programme.. Go to Germany!!




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#3 11 years ago
Piet;3323833Well, I have learned to speak spanish by talking to spanish people.. Not some stupid programme.. Go to Germany!!

I might go to germany during college..if im not too bust, but Ive always wanted to go anyhow..I bet me being stuck there for 2 months without help would get me speaking it..all I need is the money and someone to take care of me :P(well or live with someone, or else thast double the money for a hotel...)

The program, and crappy school teacher is all I got :P




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#4 11 years ago

-DarthMaul-;3323838I might go to germany during college..if im not too bust, but Ive always wanted to go anyhow..I bet me being stuck there for 2 months without help would get me speaking it..all I need is the money and someone to take care of me :P(well or live with someone, or else thast double the money for a hotel...)

The program, and crappy school teacher is all I got :P

You should look at student-exchange. If you are an university-student it isn't that difficult. We have organizations for the exchange, for helping with the paper-work and usually local organizations that help foreign students.

Take a look at the site of the DAAD (german academic exchange service), www.daad.de. It's a good place to start.

If you are still at school you can visit a language-course in Germany. If you do that in one of the cities with large universities it'll be easy to find a cheap flat (or even better, a place in a flat-sharing community).