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Learning a new language has traditionally meant taking a long time to study with repetitive lessons and lots of boring grammar to contend with. While these methods of teaching could bring results for some, it invariably meant that many others who did not have the same aptitude failed. Now, Sleeping Learning has developed a course that is both simple and undemanding, allowing you to learn how to speak German effortlessly while you sleep.
Summary: I reviewed Michel Thomas Arabic extensively a short while back and ended up with almost nothing positive to say about the course (both levels). The Michel Thomas method is, in my opinion, full of holes and defies current research conclusions in SLA.
So although you can download some comprehensive, detailed Arabic courses for free with audio, be aware that the material is literally photocopied booklets that were typed up on typewriters making it almost illegible.
This is a course you can find online. And a wonderful part of it is that the University of Iceland offers it for free, so you will have money left for new books! This online course offers a ton of quick drills, lessons, and even some audio is available through the site.
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In this course, students will increase the complexity of foundational phonics, high-frequency words, sentence creation, and other daily activities. Reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills are intertwined so that students learn them organically and with purpose. Students will read a variety of trade books, shorter texts, excerpts, articles, and leveled readers across genres to keep engagement high and learning fresh. Through reading and writing, students explore character analysis, story structure, biographies, and interpretation of informational texts. Projects include exploring pioneer life through narrative, informational, and persuasive writing. 2b1af7f3a8