The Standard Deviants: Parlez-Vous Français? Learning French - The Basics

The Standard Deviants: Parlez-Vous Français? Learning French - The Basics

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The Standard Deviants: Parlez-Vous Français? Learning French - The Basics

Kids and adult learners can start speaking the language of France with the Standard Deviants: Parlez-vous Français? Learning French - The Basics DVD from Cerebellum. Presented with a standard full screen transfer and English Dolby Digital 2.0 mono soundtrack. Extra features include interactive practice exams and tests to quiz your knowledge. Helpful resources like charts, formulas, lists, and terms are also included to help you along. This disc has the same content as the Standard Deviants release French, Part 1 with additional footage not available on the VHS version.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/26/2001
UPC: 0631865008322
Rating: NR
Source: Cerebellum Corp
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:20:00

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The Standard Deviants: Parlez-Vous Français? Learning French - The Basics 1.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not bad for a change-up from CDs. Moreover, the French words appear more times than not on your screen so you get a visual fundamental as to the words and phrases one is learning. The quizzes at the end of each section are good reinforcement. Backing up or reviewing a section is easy--something I find difficult at least on my vehicle's CD player. Bonne chance!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I purchased this for my grandchildren (ages 8 and 12) and they were very excited about learning french. Unfortunately this is for older children high school and up. I am disappointed that the description didn't explain that major detail.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My wife has learned several languages from books and tapes but wanted something with a simultaneous visual display so I bought her this intro. She quit it after the first lesson and asked for my audiotapes."Too much silliness," she said. It apparently is for the modern youth with a short attention span and a need to be entertained while propping up the illusion of learning something. This is not a serious way to learn to speak a language. Nor is it entertaining while actually teaching as on some PBS courses.