Pimsleur Rules

<![CDATA[I made an interesting loan from my local library a couple of days ago; Pimsleur Complete German I. It's a lot better than I expected. Whether it really is as good as it seems I can't really judge since I haven't really got to any material that is completely new to me.

The progress feels fairly slow but to be honest it isn't any slower than most book-based courses should be since it forces you to do the exercises you might normally just gloss over.

For anybody considering learning a language I strongly suggest trying to find a copy of the Pimsleur course for it (i.e. not buy if you can avoid; they're expensive).

Just to prove I'm not the only one who likes this, check these comments from someone learning Spanish.

(Unfortunately they don’t do Finnish by the way.)

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