• Bite-Sized French in Ten Minutes a Day (English and French Edition)

  • By: Mark Frobose
  • Narrated by: Mark Frobose
  • Length: 5 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Finally, an easy-to-learn French program that is ideal for commuters, students, travelers, and busy people on the go. Bite-Sized French in Ten Minutes a Day breaks down the complicated French language into easy bite-sized lessons that allow you to learn while in traffic, while jogging, during a break at work, or while hanging out with friends.

©2019 MARK FROBOSE (P)2019 MARK FROBOSE

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Builds French Fluency

Many programs try to duplicate the way Mark Frobose builds fluency from just a tiny seed, a word or a phrase, but neither Pimsleur (pitifully little vocabulary) nor Paul Noble (puts me to sleep) can do it. BiteSized French is the best example of how to teach language in my opinion. Start small, make it easy, make sure you understand while you learn, allow for lots of practice, include a memory technique that makes it stick. Very effective at building fluency in French. Best I’ve tried so far.

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I’m Speaking French

I’m not an expert at languages and I didn’t do well with languages in school, so I can’t give anyone the academics reasons why I’m speaking French except to say that this is the easiest language course I’ve ever used and it’s enjoyable too and it has taught me to speak french for the first time in my life and for that I am grateful.

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