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Learn German in the very center of Berlin´s trendiest district with GLS, a school awarded "best German language school in Germany". GLS offers German courses in a green campus with 50 studio appartments, 40 classrooms, bookshop, cafeteria, and restaurant.

French in France: In the heart of a magnificent forest and only 34 miles SW of Paris you can learn and live French at Institut International de Rambouillet, one of the best French schools in France.
ebaba182-4.jpg (11389 bytes)El Cuélebre offers residential Spanish courses for foreigners in the mountains of Asturias, in Northern Spain, in a very special village situated in the heart of the Somiedo Natural Park.
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If you are seeking to learn, perfect or update your French,  Accent Français offers personalized and high quality services in the warm and friendly atmosphere of Montpellier in the South of France.

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The Pimsleur Method

Pimsleur Language program is an audio training system designed to teach spoken skills in many languages.

This is how the program works:
In the lessons the student is required to actively participate in thinking and speaking following the tutor's instructions.  The student listens to a recording on which a native speaker speaks phrases in both the foreign language and explains in the language used for teaching (English).
At varying intervals, the student is prompted to repeat a phrase after the speaker finishes it. The student is then introduced to a new phrase and the meaning is explained.   After repeating several times, the student is asked to repeat a previous phrase, along with integrating vocabulary from the new one.  More new phrases are introduced, while old phrases are prompted at random. The random recall is designed to associate words with meanings.

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