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Need to brush up on rusty French for holiday next week! Good tapes?

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Gem13 Mon 08-Aug-05 22:47:01

OK, so we've rashly booked ourselves a holiday in France next week.

I have E grade French O'level and DH got a 'U' (didn't know that before now!) so we are pretty poor.

Anyone able to recommend tapes/cds to improve our very poor speaking? Also tapes for 3 year olds? As a bit of fun obviously - we're not looking for him to help us out although it may come to that!

Aimsmum Mon 08-Aug-05 22:49:06

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Gem13 Mon 08-Aug-05 22:52:53

I've got a phrase book - I think I need to hear it spoken. I have visions of the tape playing at night and subconsciously taking it in.

DH has offered to read to me from the phrase book but coming from an 'unclassified' I think that would be worse than doing nothing.

lucy5 Mon 08-Aug-05 22:57:00

Theres a fab guy called michele (sp) thomas who teaches languages through repetition. Hes fab and you learn alot quickly. He looks really cheesy on the cd cover, don't be put off. He's brill !

Aimsmum Mon 08-Aug-05 22:57:53

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lapsedrunner Tue 09-Aug-05 06:55:10

Another vote for Michel Thomas CD or tapes, worth every penny.

MaloryTowers Tue 09-Aug-05 07:28:26

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Gem13 Fri 12-Aug-05 19:58:05

Thanks everyone.Trying to track down some cheap Michel Thomas before next weekend!

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