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She promised to buy me the Assimil Czech method in full when my When I Googled the title, I came up with some free PDF download. There, I picked up a copy of Assimil "Tcheque sans Peine". Yes, I have decided to brush up on my Czech through French. I'll get onto the whys. Assimil-le..> , 14M aracer.mobi, , 20M. CzechAn-essential..> , M.
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Assimil learning material including books and aracer.mobi: Unfortunately Bulgarian; Croat; Czech; Russian. South East Asian. Chinese. I'm looking for the PDF + audio for the Brazilian Portuguese course. I have all the Czech, r/learnczech. Danish, r/ . Your best bet is using the Assimil e-methode, which is available for Brazilian for English speakers. Oh, well. Author of Assimil Language Courses, Assimil Language Courses (Learning Czech for French Speakers) / Book Plus 4 Audio Compact Discs.
Listen to the recording once more. Stop the machine after each sentence, and try to repeat it aloud.
Carefully read the comments several times. Examine the foreign sentences being explained. These notes are very important. Read the exercises. Repeat each sentence several times.
The exercises review material from the current lesson and from preceding lessons. If you have forgotten certain words, consult the English translation.
Examine the examples of sentence structure. They show how words and phrases are combined in the target language, which is not always the same as in English.
In practice, few students follow these steps exactly. The essential ideas are repeatedly listening to the audio while reading both versions of the text probably about 10 times in various combinations and taking the time to do the exercises and read the notes. Assimil encourages students to do one lesson per day.
Other students combine Assimil with Shadowing or Scriptorium. Yet others use it as an excellent supplement to more traditional approach or a core around which they gather their own curriculum.
Assimil experiment group log with a lot of experience concerning the method and individual courses as well.
A video review by Arguelles. This includes a nice description of what he could do when he finished the courses. I think that I will add it to the buy list.. I found it, CT24 live , and it works. Harkins Once again, this is a fairly old course, ! I mention it because the audio files are available on the Celtie site.
Although, generally speaking, I afford particular attention to negative reviews on Amazon, I would tend to discount the few negative ones on this particular series. I am using this one, it seems pretty good to me. Quite dense too.
That is, based on my experiences with Routledge Colloquial Polish, their Czech course is probably fairly thorough. It would probably take one to something approaching the A2 level provided one put in the necessary hours of study. I suspect that the negative reviews reflect the opinions of English-speaking students who are not quite aware just how much of effort is required to learn a Slavic language.
Furthermore, I would expect that the audio recordings would be delivered at a speed approaching that of native speakers and that this can seem like an insurmountable barrier for some beginners. PS: Routledge also publishes a Czech Grammar and, based on my experiences with their grammars for other languages, it is probably well-written.
I am not too familiar with Colloquial, but I shall have a look. Free audio is always a good thing, again.