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Young Linguists lets kids learn essential Ukrainian language skills fast whether at home, in the car, or anywhere with headphones. That means short lessons to help kids stay engaged, and daily repetition to reinforce learning. We also narrow down vocabulary to the most-used words and phrases so that you are learning what you can apply. These books also included detailed sections on English on effective strategies for learning new languages and ideas to carry on learning and applying what you know once the course is complete. In addition, there are complete review sections for learning, comprehension, and speaking repetition. This is a complete language course to get your child proficient in a new language in just 4 weeks. Over 300 different words and phrases are included across 29 different themes and sections including the key building blocks of greetings, adjectives, quantities, questions and responses, colors, places, emotions, time, food, transport, animals, positions and multiple sentence construction examples.

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  • Aaron
  • 09-03-22

audio doesn't always match print

the whole point of buying the audible and Kindle versions is to visually follow what you hear. but i don't think the Ukrainian narrator had the print book in front of her, because 5 to 10% of what she says is a different way to say what's in the print version. annoying, confusing, and breaks learning.

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