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It’s Coming

by CaptainCode

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April 30th, 2009

It’s here. It’s coming. It’s everything you asked for and more.

Its Coming... Level 3
Announcing our newest product release. Level III. It will be released and ready for sale in about 1 month.

If you’d like to be among the first to know about it, click below and sign up to be notified. We will email you before everyone else and you will receive a special early-release special offer available only to those who sign up!

>> http://www.spanishprograms.com/store.htm << (This product is now available in our store)

We would love to hear your feedback in the comments.

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2 Responses

  1. Paulie says:

    I really like the “visual” in visual-link. I like the fact that I can pop the discs right into car discplayer or pop them into the computer. I can convert them and download them to an mp3 player. I can listen to them on daily 40 minute daily compute. Then review lessons visually from my computer. I am now on Level II and have the Level II on-line interactive program to practice with games, flipcards, crossword puzzles, etc. The on-line PPT program (real conversational Spanish) is great, but I find that I will benefit more when I have gained more vocabulary with Level II. Level II is flying by. This is the second language I am learning. I am fluent enough in the other one that I don’t have to think about what I’m going to say. I can’t wait to get that way in Spanish. I recognize some of the milestones of second language learning, including suddenly catch snatches of conversation, knowing instinctively how a sentence should be structured because it just “feels” right, and knowing enough to know what you don’t know! I just wish this program had been around years ago. I would be fluent by now!

  2. judy vigors says:

    You are correct in supposing that in England we do not stand close to each other unless we know the person very, very well. In fact, on a train joourney, sitting opposite each other, no-one speaks to strangers without a reason for doing so! We are a reserved, but kindly, people and would be most uncomfortable standing close to a complete stranger and engaging in conversation. On the underground, when we are jampacked together to and from work, the same applies. However, it could be that young people see things differently these days. Being of the older generation, I speak only for myself.

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