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Author: Topics Entertainment
ISBN13: 978-1843520573
Title: Talk Now! Telugu
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ePUB size: 1252 kb
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Language: English
Category: Foreign Language Study and Reference
Publisher: Euro Talk; 2nd edition (January 2002)

Talk Now! Telugu by Topics Entertainment

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Ideal for those who: Are complete beginners or know just a handful of words in Telugu. Enjoy learning through simple but addictive games. Want to speak and understand enough basic vocabulary to get by. Start wherever you like! There are nine topics to choose from, plus a general quiz. How does it work? You learn essential vocabulary for a range of situations. Nine different topics covering first words, food, colours, phrases, body, numbers, time, shopping and countries. Listen to male and female native speakers repeat each word or phrase as many times as you need.

CD 6 - Swahili, Swedish, Swiss, Tagalog, Tamazight, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tibetan, Turkish, Ukranian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Zulu. CD1. Download Download Download Download Download.

Talk Now Telugu - Ages 9 - Adult. Delightful interactive program to teach beginning vocabulary in the topics of: First Words, Food, Colors, Countries, Body, Numbers, Time, Phrases and Shopping. You learn the vocabulary, practice your pronunciation compared to the native speakers, choose between the easy game or hard game to test your knowledge and even print out a picture dictionary. Each user's progress and points are saved.

Maybe right now you’re thinking of speaking to someone you’re attracted to. Maybe you even have a date planned. But you just want to make sure you don’t run out of good things to talk about. That would be embarrassingly awkward, wouldn’t it? Imagine both of you sitting near each other. There is a sudden pause in the conversation, and you know that you should say something now, but your brain seems to have stopped working. This means you won’t hear me tell you to say lines which a normal person would never talk about in real life.

List of topics to talk about. I’ve separated the topics into sections (topics to get the conversation started, topics to get to know someone, tech topics, personal history, and random topics). Under each topic are a few sample questions to get you started and to help you think of other questions. These topics to talk about are great for getting to know someone better. They are great for when you’ve gone past the friendly introductory small talk and feel like you’ve made connection with the person. What book is overrated? Are there any books you would really recommend I read? 13. TV.

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Reviews: 5
I've been trying to figure out a good way to learn Telugu for the last few months and my girlfriend's father purchased me the EuroTalk Interactive software. The software itself is lousy, as the CD often takes an inordinately long amount of time to load even simple graphics. And the substance of the software is equally lousy. The speakers mispronounce words and/or speak words in a muddled or incomprehensible way. I gave up using the software after spending two hours learning some basic words (thanks to the slowness of the software) and then hearing from my girlfriend that the words I was learning were not pronounced properly. This software is poorly researched, poorly designed and a waste of money.
The Talk Now series is good because they are available in almost any language you can think of. It's one of the few available in Urdu. As for really learning the language, Talk Now falls short. It completely neglects teaching grammar and verb tenses. It teaches many nouns, but is lacking in adjectives and verbs. The only section where you learn any kind sentences is the "phrases" section, but without any knowlege of sentece structure, I had a hard time figuring out all the words of each sentence.
It also doesn't convey Indian or Pakastani culture. For example, half the words in the "food" secition are english. The abundance of english words wastes my time. If you're going to Pakistan, when do you need chopsticks? It should include pakastani foods.
There are other poor odds and ends. Overall it is lacking in verbs, adjectives, grammar, sentence structure, and cultural flavor.
On the other hand, the recording ability is an excellent feature. Being able to hear yourself and compare it to a native speaker is very good for pronounciation. It also includes a bunch of games that makes learing easy and fun. If you are planning on taking a language course or supplement, this program is good for starting you off, but don't count on it advancing you very far.
an absolute waste of money. My fiancee speaks Telugu native and she says a lot of words are simply wrong. E.g. they show right as in the direction but use the word for "correct". That in addition to poor pronunciation. the only way they show the words is in Telugu script. so the only way to learn is by listening to poor pronunciation of wrong words. If it wouldn't be so much work I would return the product.
This book doesn't really have much in it. It may be useful if you are going to the country for a few days and want to know some important phrases and words before going there but as a language learning tool, it is almost useless.
I just want to say that I have really enjoyed this Talk Now Portuguese for Brazil. It is fun with lots of game like exercises to practise the language and covers the right kind of vocabulary, mainly the essentials for a beginner or someone with very little Portuguese. I have also gone through the Talk Now Portuguese for Portugal. They run parallel to each other and it is good to have both accents, particularly in my case, for in my job I meet people from different Portuguese speaking countries. Another major item in my set of Portuguese teaching materials is Manuela Cook's Teach Yourself Portuguese, excellent to explain the language, on both sides of the Atlantic. Talk Now is more for practice, not to give you insight into the language. I have also bought Portuguese Verbs Explained, equally by Manuela Cook. It tells you all about Portuguese verbs, very clearly and practical. These are my tools for learning Portuguese and I recommend them all to any beginner and beyond that.