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Publisher's Summary

Experience the second episode of the "Dino lernt Deutsch" story series for German learners on your stereo or headphones, at home or on the go! The narration speed and style of this audiobook is aimed at absolute beginners, with special emphasis on clear pronunciation, so that you can easily pause and repeat words and phrases whenever you please. Intermediate learners are invited to just sit back and immerse themselves in the sounds and sights of Frankfurt.

Join Dino on his visit to a quaint Hessian cider pub, explore the Zeil, Frankfurt's famous shopping mile and stroll along the shores of the Main river. (To maximize learning benefits, we recommend listening to this audiobook together with a paperback or ebook edition of Learn German with Stories: Ferien in Frankfurt - 10 Short Stories for Beginners.)

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5 out of 5 stars
By Okello on 04-29-15

Please include a faster reading in future versions

It would be perfect if you included a regular speed version after you've listened to the slower one. I play it at a faster speed but it's not quite the same.

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5 out of 5 stars
By S. Glass on 07-04-18

A must for anyone wanting to learn German

André Klein is definitely one of my favorite authors. I've been reading this series since I started teaching myself German. It's fun, interesting and useful. You can feel your grasp of the language getting better. The early struggles give way to a great picture as your comprehension improves. I find myself reading the series over and over again. To hear it in German and follow along helps tremendously as I don't have anyone to bounce my German off of. Am I pronouncing it right? This completely helps. Danke André für deiner Buchen!

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3 out of 5 stars
By Louise on 09-23-17

Okay if you already know some German

You need to know quite a lot of German vocabulary to follow the story. If you already know sufficient German, you might find the pace of narration a little too slow.
I think this will be quite good at helping me with my syntax.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Feolfkahn on 06-12-17

Great for Learning German

Who was your favorite character and why?

Dino and maybe the guy in the lost luggage office at the airport

What about André Klein’s performance did you like?

Clear and humorous

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

The feckless but good-natured Dino knocks around Frankfurt for a bit.

Any additional comments?

Nicely written, gently humorous, subtle and appropriate sound effects. This is to help beginners learn German. It does just that. NB I nearly didn't buy it because the audio sample seemed really slow, certainly slower than book 1. and it might be, but only in places (the sample maybe isn't representative) but it really didn't matter.

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