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2and2onway
French
July 14 at 8:45 AM

My 13 yr old wants to learn French, she hates doing anything on the computer. I am looking for an old school course that is either workbook or textbook style learning, with possible audio for listening. Any recommendations?

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  • DyslexiaParent
    July 15 at 7:03 PM

    My DS studied French, but he used PowerGlide Online and Rosetta Stone.  He didn't like either very well.. We kind of like the Pimsleur programs better.  Not sure if that will help your DD or not. ;-)

  • 2and2onway
    July 15 at 8:07 PM

    Is Pimsleur all online?

    Quoting DyslexiaParent:

    My DS studied French, but he used PowerGlide Online and Rosetta Stone.  He didn't like either very well.. We kind of like the Pimsleur programs better.  Not sure if that will help your DD or not. ;-)


  • DyslexiaParent
    July 15 at 9:32 PM


    Quoting 2and2onway:

    Is Pimsleur all online?

    Quoting DyslexiaParent:

    My DS studied French, but he used PowerGlide Online and Rosetta Stone.  He didn't like either very well.. We kind of like the Pimsleur programs better.  Not sure if that will help your DD or not. ;-)

    No, it's audio CD.

  • ablackdolphin
    July 16 at 7:10 PM

    Pimsleur is audio based.  I really liked it.  I used to listen to it in the car when I drove. 

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