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Rapid French 1

Rapid French 1

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Earworms French Booklet
Earworms French Booklet

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Musical Brain Trainer 
Your personal audio language trainer
200+ essential words and phrasesanchored into your long-term memorywith great music
 Vol. 1
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 Your personal audio language trainer
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earwormsmbt© Rapid French puts the words andphrases you need not just on the tip of your tongue, butalso transports them deep into your long-term memory.Simply by listening to these specially composed melodieswith their rhythmic repetitions of French and English a fewtimes, the sound patterns are indelibly burned into yourauditory cortex. You will have successfully learned theFrench phrase and have the correct accent ringing in yourears. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing: While jogging, in the car, in the bath, doing the ironing…you canbe learning French at the same time! earwormsmbt© Rapid Languages is the first languagecourse to get your toe tapping.You know the phenomena of those catchy tunes or ear-worms that you just can't get out of your head? Voulez-vous coucher avec moi, ce soir? Well, earwormsmbt©has put this phenomena to positive use. Gone are thedays of learning pressure and frustration at not being ableto remember, the experience of many on conventionallanguage courses. In combination with music, the phrasesyou need are automatically anchored deep into yourmemory, ready for instant recall.Music is the KeyThe idea is as simple as it is old. Before the age of writing,ancient historical events were recorded in verse and songform for easy memorisation. In his book 'Songlines' Bruce Chatwin describes how the Australian Aborigineswere able to navigate their way across hundreds of milesof desert to their ancestral hunting grounds without maps. And how? The extensive lyrics of their traditional songswere exact descriptions of the routes!
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