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Complete Vietnamese with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide (TY: Language Guides) download ebook
ISBN:
0071737324
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978-0071737326
Author:
Dana Healy
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McGraw-Hill; 3 edition (August 12, 2010)
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Teach Yourself Vietnamese Complete Course Package (Book + 2CDs) (TY: Complete Courses)Paperback. Dana Healy has a P.

Teach Yourself Vietnamese Complete Course Package (Book + 2CDs) (TY: Complete Courses)Paperback. After graduation, she worked for Prague Information Service teaching and ting from and into Vietnamese.

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The book focuses entirely on the Northern pronunciation and Ha Noi culture, This book is full of mistakes. Solutions to the exercises are often incomplete or wrong.

Complete Vietnamese with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide" provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to Vietnamese, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing Vietnamese with confidence. You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject. Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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Complete Vietnamese with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide provides you with a clear and comprehensive approach to Vietnamese, so you can progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking, and writing Vietnamese with confidence.

Within each of the 18 thematic chapters, important language structures are introduced through life-like dialogues.You'll learn grammar in a gradual manner so you won't be overwhelmed by this tricky subject. Exercises accompany the texts and reinforce learning in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This program also features current cultural information boxes that reflect recent changes in society.

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Reviews:
  • Hystana
My experience with these materials has been different than that of the other two reviewers. I found this edition to be far better than the previous one. The organization and visual layout of the book make it much easier to read/use and also more visually appealing. Much of the content is the same, but there are some updates to keep things contemporary. My audio CDs work fine and the recordings are of high quality. I was able to use this book and CD set to start from scratch (no prior study of Vietnamese) and after two months I can see/hear real progress. Make no mistake - this is a tough language to learn, and I doubt that any single set of materials would suffice by itself. But using only these materials I am able to have simple conversations with my Vietnamese students, and I'm confident I will learn quite a bit more by the time I finish this course.
  • Cel
I've studied 30 foreign languages, and I bought this prior to a visit to Vietnam. It is very good instruction, but only plan to use it
if you are seriously interested in the language and will spend lots of time on it. It's not for a quick learn.
  • BoberMod
What a disappointment! I was looking forward to the publication of this new book with new materials for Vietnamese, but it is exactly the same book as the previous edition(s) of *Teach Yourself Vietnamese*! Same dialogs, same vocabulary lists (even the words missing from the glossary in the previous editions are missing in this edition!). As in the previous editions, the dialogs and recordings follow the usage in the north and there is little mention of the southern forms. Apart from the dialogs now appearing in dark gray boxes and lesson number appearing at the bottom rather than at the side, the only new feature (that I could discover) is a little summary at the end of each lesson where the main grammatical points are summarized. It is a good book to teach yourself, the vocabulary is good (although it favors the North), the grammatical sequences are well thought out and there are lots of exercises to practice (answer key included). If you want to be exposed to the southern dialect (you will need it if you're doing business in Ho Chi Minh City), try Jake Catlett's *Vietnamese for beginners*. *Complete Vietnamese* and *Vietnamese for Beginners* will prepare you to understand basic Vietnamese in the north and south. Catlett's recordings are more natural and will prepare you better for the real Vietnamese you will encounter in the south (and for the speech you will most likely encounter here in the Vietnamese communities in the US). Complete Vietnamese's recordings are not read at natural speed, but the speakers have nice voices and they modulate well.
  • Bladebringer
I've gone through the first few chapters and I think the book suits my purposes, but I really wouldn't recommend it for someone who has no prior experience with the Vietnamese language. For the most part I really liked the 1/5/10 minute introductory pages of the book has a good summary of various grammatical structures, great for refresh and review.

The main reason why I don't recommend this for an absolute beginner is that the CD blazes through pronunciation in the first chapter. So you have go back several times to listen to it (this is expected for any kind of language learning). On top of that, the tracks are not segmented as they are listed in the book, so you can't just put the CD into your car and listen to the same segment again and again to beat it into yourself (you end up listening to some part of the previous segment). The student is really meant to sit down and listen to the CD while reading the book - but then a good part of the CD is also wasted as it is just reading the book back to the student in English. Even then content of the 2 CDs can really probably be put into a single CD. I had the tenacity to re-split the tracks so I could listen to it the way I wanted to listen to it.

Now the reason why I like this book is because I wanted something for concise for grammar structure and vocabulary that also had pronunciation at a reasonable price (Rosetta Stone is out of my price range). My goal is/was to learn a good number of vocabulary while refreshing/reviewing grammar structure. The book basically does that. I have Vietnamese friends that help me out and I've also gone through Pimsleur CD course (which I also highly recommended for listening during your daily commute or whatever, but you're just imitating a speaker), so I'm not a complete beginner to the language.

So again, the book works really well for someone that has some experience or is trying to supplement their learning. While it can be used as a straight learning course, I think it would require the student to have a lot of discipline for how quickly some of it goes.

This review is for the 2010 Edition of the Books and CDs.
  • Gagas
If the product is meant for beginner, it definitely fail. They speak so fast and expect people to understand what they are speaking when you have zero understanding of Vietnamese. If they speak slower, it definitely is a 5 start product.
  • Cordaron
just need more time to practice
  • Mojar
gave as a gift