• by Penton Overseas, Inc.
  • 3 hrs and 1 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

VocabuLearn is the only audio language learning system designed to teach the way you learn best...concentrating on vocabulary and helpful expressions. This three-hour program contains over 1,500 commonly-used words and expressions, the building blocks of language. This audio flash-card system will have you communicating effectively in the shortest time possible. Recommended by educators world-wide, VocabuLearn is prepared by professional instructors and recorded by dialect-free native speakers, giving you the authentic pronunciation of each word. VocabuLearn is ideal for those studying foreign languages. It can also help you prepare for more enjoyable trips to foreign countries...and can even improve your job and business opportunities. Best of all, you can listen to VocabuLearn anywhere: in your car, at home, or on a portable digital audio player, wherever you are. No textbook is required!Browse more language instruction from Penton Overseas, Inc.


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Vocabulearn? Good luck following random words!

This audio book is really not worth much at all. There is no structure to it whatsoever, random words are blurted out once in English and then once in Hebrew. eg. "the green pees... Tuesday... the airport... the boy... the gasoline..." no joke, it really is all over the place! Luckily my limitted Hebrew vacubulary helped my figure out that at some point the program switched to Hebrew first then Enlgish second (there's no intruduction between chapters, it's all guesswork). It's so rediculous and so useless that I found it almost comical and almost amusing but what I really found was that it is a complete waste of money and time. My only other experience with Vocabulear ("Italian Word Booster") was worth the moneny because it had structure and was easy to follow. I don't think I'll be spending any more credits on Vacubulearn any time soon :(
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- Alexander


The authors of this tape forgot to learn anything about learning or memory when they made it. The words are not presented in any organized way; they appear to be totally random. There is not enough time between words for the learner to make any meaningful connections. What a waste!
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- Ellen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-22-2005
  • Publisher: Penton Overseas, Inc.