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Talk Now Learn Hawaiian Intermediate Level 2 (World Talk)

Talk Now Learn Hawaiian Intermediate Level 2 (World Talk)
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Talk Now Learn Hawaiian Intermediate Level 2 is aimed at intermediate level learners who have already built up some confidence listening to and speaking the Hawaiian language. The interactive games and quizzes will help to further develop fluency and understanding of the language.


Product ID: 105849
Categories: Classroom/Schools, Classroom/Teaching Materials, Learn, Learn > Intermediate
Supporting language: Hawaiian
Platforms/media types: Mac, Windows
Specifications: Windows 98/NT/2000/ME/XP/Vista & Win 7 Mac OS9 or OS X Computer: Colour display, sound, 64MB of free memory, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, microphone (recommended). You are also protected by our money back guarantee in the unlikely event that your computer is not compatible.
World Talk Learn Hawaiian is aimed at intermediate level learners who have already built up some confidence listening to and speaking their target language. The interactive games and quizzes will help to further develop fluency and understanding of the language. There are 10 interactive games to play featuring topics such as food, weather, directions, sentence construction and animals. Once you've built up knowledge with the games, try the TV quiz for a challenge, or the dictation practise to improve listening and writing skills. We know this style of learning works as it's how we learn as children; from constant repetition by parents and other adults. Once you've clicked on the life belt to see what's required of you, then click on the question mark for the repetitive element and you'll be surprised at how soon the different sounds sink into the brain. It's similar to when you visit a country - at first it's difficult to understand anything, but you gradually manage to pick out words until you are constructing more and more complex sentences and improving fluency.