Essential Italian In 2 Hours With Paul Noble: Your Key To Language Success by Paul NobleEssential Italian In 2 Hours With Paul Noble: Your Key To Language Success by Paul Noble

Essential Italian In 2 Hours With Paul Noble: Your Key To Language Success

byPaul Noble

Audio Book (CD) | June 6, 2017 | Italian

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Learning the essentials of Italian couldn't be easier!. Ideal for learning a language for travel. Learn and remember the essential phrases you need. No need to write notes or try to remember. Includes a downloadable booklet to help you extend your knowledge. Thousands of Paul Noble's students can attest to the success of his methodThis bestselling audio course can have you speaking confidently in just two hours, with all the essential phrases you need for holiday and business.
Who is Paul Noble?Paul Noble is a genius, yet he still left school unable to speak a language - he found that the traditional learning methods left him feeling 'confused, incapable and unable to really say anything'. Determined that there must be a better way to learn, Paul spent years devising his own unique method of learning languag...
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Title:Essential Italian In 2 Hours With Paul Noble: Your Key To Language SuccessFormat:Audio Book (CD)Published:June 6, 2017Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:Italian

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ISBN - 10:0008211523

ISBN - 13:9780008211523

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Praise for Destination Italian with Paul Noble:'Diving straight into speech worked really well for me; you start being able to communicate straight away.'"Paul Noble's friendly approach is a great way to learn quickly"Praise for other titles in the Paul Noble range:'More than I ever managed in five years of French at school.'Tom Meltzer, The Guardian'I seemed to absorb the phrases taught, without even consciously trying, and quickly felt confident enough to make my own sentences.'Penelope M. Walsh, Canary Wharf Magazine