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The Art of Teaching and Studying Languages

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The Art of Teaching and Studying Languages
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Publisher: G. Philip & Son
Number of pages: 440

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This work is primarily an investigation into the psychological laws underlying the universal act of learning the mother-tongue by the little child, and, springing therefrom, the exposition of an artificial system of teaching foreign languages -- a system which produces peculiarly successful results and endows the learner with the gift for languages.

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