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    Berlitz Language: Czech in 60 Minutes (Berlitz in 60 Minutes) (Mixed media product)(Czech / English) Edited by Inc. Berlitz International



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    DescriptionStart speaking a new language in just one hour! This brand new, all-audio course has been specially designed to provide a quick and easy start to learning basic, everyday words in a foreign language. Each title covers 250 of the most commonly used words and phrases over a range of subjects. Each word and phrase is repeated to aid easy memorisation and encourage correct pronunciation. A 16-page accompanying booklet includes all the words and phrases presented on the CD to help associate the written language with the audio. This course is also compatible with iPod and MP3 devices for those wanting to learn on the move, so there really no excuse not to start speaking another language straightaway!

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    Peter Swindells I bought this as an addition to 'Teach Yourself Complete Czech' which I was struggling with. I uploaded 'Czech in 60 minutes' onto my phone and have been listening to it whenever I can. The audio offers basic Czech terms and phrases spoken in male and female voices, repeated slowly with pauses and then repeated at normal speed once more. The 16 page booklet is clearly and concisely laid out and offers English and Czech spellings side-by-side for each phrase along with a breakdown of the term phonetically which I have found very helpful. Simply being able to memorise a list of phrases has helped boost my confidence and keep me motivated to stick at it. Obviously you don't learn 'Czech in 60 minutes' but that is the approximate length of the recording. by Peter Swindells

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