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Good for basic vocab, but not much beyond

  • Jul 13, 2011
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This program isn't bad for learning basic Burmese vocabulary, but overall the program is pretty limited. It has a few basic topics, such as health, colors, shopping, etc. For each section, it has little games you can play, with easier and harder levels, as well as written and spoken depictions of the words. However, it doesn't go much beyond this. Moreover, it doesn't cover grammar. I'd really only recommend this program in conjunction with a set of Burmese textbooks (such as John Okell's books).

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I am a recent law school grad with an interest in Southeast Asia legal issues. Unfortunately for my checkbook, ever since high school I have been addicted to good books. I have eclectic tastes, although … more
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Talk Now! is the world's best selling language learning CD-ROM series for beginners, used by more than three million people to date. Designed for newcomers to the language, Talk Now! is the perfect method to access a wealth of comprehensive fundamental vocabulary and accurate pronunciation in one user-friendly plan packed with useful words, a picture dictionary, and quizzes. Anyone over 10 years of age will find the program indispensable for improving listening, understanding and spoken language skills.
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