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First released onto the market 2 years ago, Paul's French, Spanish and Italian courses have met with huge success: Review of Paul Noble Method by The City Magazine: "Relaxing and listening to the CDs, I found that I seemed to absorb the phrases taught, without even consciously trying, and quickly felt confident enough to play around with the different components and make my own sentences." Reviews by Amazon customers: "This is the most remarkable language course imaginable. I've tried several courses but this is on another planet. It is amazing!!!" "Paul Noble has a very relaxing and informal style to his teaching... I can already tell that my spoken French has improved permanently." "At last, an easy way to learn a language! Easy to understand plus an easy one to pop into the car CD player and use on the move, so no more 'I haven't the time...'" "The language is explained in a simple way and the teacher doesn't use complex grammar terms... For me, though, the absolute best thing about it is that it has allowed me to speak in full, proper sentences in French... A fantastic course and a well deserved 5 stars!" "I am pleased to report that this is really good fun to use because as you listen you are encouraged to CREATE VOCABULARY AND PHRASES FOR YOURSELF out of the bits of structure that you are picking up. Not only is it a completely non-threatening process but it is also entertaining in itself." "For those who love languages but struggle to learn them this is a wonderful resource."

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Who is Paul Noble? Paul Noble is a genius, yet he still left school unable to speak a language - he found that the traditional learning methods left him feeling 'confused, incapable and unable to really say anything'. Determined that there must be a better way to learn, Paul spent years devising his own unique method of learning languages which cuts out all of the grammar, all of the rote learning, and all of the stress. He began using his method to teach in his Language Institute and, hundreds of students later, he prides himself on never having had a student fail.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD: 40 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins UK (September 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 000748626X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0007486267
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 2.4 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,813,475 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Eric Ratley on September 7, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I have just read someones thoughts and revue of the Paul Noble method of learning languages and it disgusted me. I have used six well known methods of language instruction and they all have their strong and weak points. After trying to learn German for three years I thought that perhaps I was just not cut out to learn another language. Then I saw a Paul Nobel MP3 download for learning German and I decided that I had come so far I might as well try this one. It amazed me just how clever this method of explanation was. It leads you step by step into a deep understanding of how the language is similar to English and suddenly the light bulb went on. I made a serious jump forward in speaking and forming complex sentences within just a few hours of listening to Paul. I sincerely ask anyone who feels as I did to just try one download which cost less than two cups of coffee. I promise you that you will not regret it. This truly is wonderful value for money!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Derek D. Bergey on March 11, 2015
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Considering I am on level 2 of Rosetta Stone, (which is around 30-40 hours in) you'd think I would have a grasp on the language. And, by and large I suppose I know a lot of words that are separate from each other, but I've never been able to form those words into a coherent sentence. Perhaps it's the leg up that Rosetta Stone gave me, which it absolutely did, but even after 40 or so hours there, I believe I've learned more in 3 hours with Paul Noble's program than vice versa. I listen to it while I run and can now string together sentence, I now understand grammar better than I ever have (something Rosetta Stone doesn't even touch on, it's a guessing game with them) and I can now make sense of the translation of words, with German the word Sie means, She, You, They. And I had no idea when to use which, but, now and I'm sure with common sense after it was explained, I grasp it with ease. While I may not be completely fluent, I can say it was the best $5 I could have spent in any area and especially on a language learning system.

One down side, I don't know how to spell the words but you can figure that out once you learn how it all works and sound them out. German does use a few wonky symbols that this program hasn't covered, but I'm only on "1" so, we'll see if they ever mention the strange symbols.

The fact that I can run and practice this makes me feel as if this is the summer I finally master languages.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mat on March 7, 2015
Format: Audio CD
It's better than some in areas, goes into verb conj. & sentence structure fairly soon, not a brain drainer for sure.. His English accent, leaves me with a felling of learning 2 new languages at time, thick .. I assume it was geared towards England studies.
It starts off with basic German words and stays pretty touristy whilst building structure.
I would rather approach basic Greetings and build sentences around friends and family.
Then get into the drawn out hotel reservations
( A bit boring)
It would have been better to gain the day to day banter and build off basic human communication, at least for me to be able converse with my H.S. Daughter as a 3rd year German Class.
I also question some of the native female speakers pronunciation and had hoped they would switch to and from both genders.
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3 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E Bygum on December 17, 2012
Format: Audio CD
The first thing to be noted is that Paul Noble is no genius, but he does have a talent for self-advertisement and for cobbling together something just enough unlike the Michel Thomas method to possibly avoid a copyright case in the courts. It is certainly no revolutionary system, and I find the Thomas method of being the third student much more stimulating than listening to the responses being read back to me.
As far as content goes, it is extremely basic and covers not a fraction of the ground which the Thomas German course (more engagingly) goes over. It will probably be of use to someone who wants a smattering of the most basic German for a weeks holiday, but for someone who wants to participate in a little German conversation (without flattering themselves that they can now speak German), then the Michel Thomas course is the place to start. Noble's course is okay as a preliminary introduction, but why waste money when you're going to have to move on to something like the Thomas course after that. On the up side, it is cheaper than the Thomas course; but then, we often get what we pay for.
I am flabbergasted that Noble has the cheek to pass this off as a revolutionary new method of genius - I would have given it 3 stars if not for this hyperbole.
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