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Earworms Musical Brain Trainer.

Earworms Musical Brain Trainer

One Embarcadero, Suite 500, San Francisco, CA 94111

$29.95 each www.earwormslearning.com

The key concept distinguishing the Earworms approach to do-your-self language instruction is the very special 'musical brain training' technique developed by linguistic instructor Marion Lodge, who draws upon her more than 25 years of experience and expertise in teaching foreign languages. Based upon research into memory enhancement, the Earworms system utilizes the power of music to connect and create additional neural paths to the words, phrases and grammatical structures of a language in the area of the auditory cortex responsible for long-term memory. The three CD instructionals featuring 200+ essential words and phrases anchored into long-term memory through the use of great music and comprising the Earworms language instruction library include "Rapid French" (1905443021); Rapid Italian (1906443005); and Rapid German (190544303X). With the CD convenience of being able to listen and following along anytime, anywhere whether at home, in the car, or while jogging, each lesson will prove fun and effective in acquiring basic fluency. Each one accompanied by a 20-page booklet, all three of these outstanding instructionals are very strongly recommended addition to formal and/or informal language learning resources.
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Author:Taylor, John
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Date:Feb 1, 2007
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