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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by vuvuzela, Apr 14, 2018.

  1. vuvuzela

    vuvuzela Occasional commenter

    Hailed, by some, as the fastest and more effective way to learn a foreign language, I wonder how well it would work with pupils in the UK.

  2. Landofla

    Landofla Established commenter

    Works just fine and in my experience a lot less English was needed.
  3. vuvuzela

    vuvuzela Occasional commenter

    I noticed there was a lot of L1 used and found it quite surprising. It reminds me of the Michel Thomas method in some respects.

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