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Vocabulearn Chinese & English Level 1: 2 Cassettes [Audiobook] [Audio Cassette]

Inc. Penton Overseas
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4.0 out of 5 stars Learning by Listening April 28 2000
This tape series in 3 volumes for Chinese (and a host of other languages from Armenian to Ukranian) is a real benefit for those learning a language. What it does do is provide the Chinese and English for about 1500 words a volume, far more than in any other series. What it shouldn't be asked to do is be the sole way of learning the language; you'll need some other tapes and books first. It also isn't really suitable for use in a car; the words come at you in such volume that it's like drinking from a fire house. That said, this series is so invaluable that I've bought it for about a dozen languages.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Learning by Listening April 28 2000
By Marshall Lee Miller - Published on Amazon.com
This tape series in 3 volumes for Chinese (and a host of other languages from Armenian to Ukranian) is a real benefit for those learning a language. What it does do is provide the Chinese and English for about 1500 words a volume, far more than in any other series. What it shouldn't be asked to do is be the sole way of learning the language; you'll need some other tapes and books first. It also isn't really suitable for use in a car; the words come at you in such volume that it's like drinking from a fire house. That said, this series is so invaluable that I've bought it for about a dozen languages.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Buyer beware! July 25 2005
By Saved Wretch - Published on Amazon.com
I bought all three levels in a one-pack. On closer examination it became clear to me that the books had tone-mark mistakes on every page, plus Taiwanese characters understood by a mere 23 million as opposed to 1.4billion Chinese on the mainland had been used throughout. The company said it was aware of the problem and would put it right. A year or so later I received a replacement product. Unfortunately it was the wrong product. Incar learning or something. Vocabulearn, I was informed would not be changed.They are aware it's very poor quality but continue to put it out. Draw your own conclusions.
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