VocabuLearn

  • by Penton Overseas, Inc.
  • 3 hrs and 0 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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Not Understandable

I know a tiny bit of Korean (the kind used in martial arts) and I've taught myself Hangul, so I understand the sounds that make up the Korean language. I listened to the first 10 minutes of this disk and I simply couldn't pick up anything. They say the English once, then the Korean once and REALLY fast. It's impossible to pick out the syllables. Before you really even have time to try saying the korean phrase they've already said the next English phrase. Don't buy this book. It's not good for any skill level.
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- Kenny

Not even well organized

This is a very poor learning program. The Penton programs don't explain the language. They simply provide words and phrases in English and the foreign language together. If you know the fundamentals, that can still be helpful. But this program is even badly organized. For example, you would think it would put numbers in sequence, days of the week and months in series and different phrases that show how the language works. It does not of that. It's basically a random series of English words followed by their Korean translation.
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- DMG

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-15-2001
  • Publisher: Penton Overseas, Inc.