Arabic (Standard) Fluency 1 (Ebook + mp3): Glossika Mass Sentences

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Nolsen Bedon, Limited, Jul 31, 2015 - Foreign Language Study - 423 pages

Learning a language is like exercising, you must commit to independent and persistent training to attain a level of fluent proficiency. 

On the other hand, learning in the mind of a spectator might allow you to gain some knowledge, but never enable the development of true skills. 

Through daily listening practice and organized drill routine,experience a clear improvement as little as 4 weeks with Glossika training!

Glossika audio files include "intensive" and "casual" formats. 

• GMS (Glossika Mass Sentence): Designed for learners with ample time in their daily schedule. 

• GSR (Glossika Spaced Repetition): Designed for learners with limited time to learn in their busy daily schedule. Every audio file contains new & learned sentences, ideal for in-between times throughout the day. Learn & review while you commute or take a walk.

Product Description

• Listening & Speaking Training: improve listening & speaking proficiencies through mimicking native speakers.

• Fluency 1-3 series comes with 3 books. Each book contains 1,000 sentences in both source and target languages, with IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) system for accurate pronunciation.

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