Mastering French Conversation, Unit 6
- Narrated by: Annette Brians
- Length: 2 hrs and 41 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-07-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Scott Brians
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Have you ever purchased a travel phrase book, but were not sure of the pronunciation? Were you less sure of your ability to understand the speaking partner who might use one of the phrases?
This unit is a spoken phrase book allowing you to practice speaking and understanding travel related phrases. In units one through five, we have introduced travel-related vocabulary and verbal exchanges you will encounter often; this unit builds on that foundation.
After working through units one through six, you should be able to communicate your way through very basic travel situations without having to resort to "Parlez-vous anglais?"
We also review material covered in the previous five units.
We wish you the very best,
Scott and Dr. Annette Brians
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Paul W Hodges on 05-26-17
Effective, multiple ways to use
Moving beyond grammar mechanics, finally, to bigger stuff. Can be used with a computer, or with mp3 player alone, and with or without printouts that you download from their site. No cartoons, crosswords, or games. Increased my ability to think only in French, that is go for longer times without mentally translating to English. Excellent sound quality, diction, accent, and printouts are a complete transcription.
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By John Derks on 09-28-17
Imperative for pronunciation
After having done Mastering French 1-6, as well as a few other language learning programs, I can say with certainty that if there's one thing that this series is guaranteed to greatly improve, it's the learner's pronunciation of french words and phrases. The focus on repetition may seem tiresome initially, but after spending one month listening to 1-6, my pronunciation noticeably improved relative to the time I've spent using other french language programs or going to french classes. If you plan on studying or living in France in the future, pronunciation is just as important as grammar when it comes to having others understand you.