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Swedish in 60 Minutes

By: Berlitz Publishing
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With Berllitz Swedish in 60 Minutes, anyone can get a quick start to learning basic Swedish words in just one hour. The all-audio format quickly and easily instills over 250 essential words and phrases you need to start communicating - without a need for books or grammar rules. Topics include basic expressions, questions, making friends, eating out, and more.
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Let me start by saying that I know you can't learn a language in an hour. I didn't expect that. I just thought it would be cool to learn a few basics. The program says that they will say the word or phrase, then break it down, leaving some time to repeat it. My main complaints are that I couldn't understand a lot of what they were saying, and when they actually did break down a phrase, it was still too long to keep it straight. Then they didn't leave much time to repeat it. I think they tried to squeeze too many words and phrases into an hour.

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How about the handbook that goes with it?

This might be much more useful if the link to the handbook that goes with it actually worked and was available.

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