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The Word Brain: A Short Guide to Fast Language Learning

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The Word Brain: A Short Guide to Fast Language Learning
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Publisher: Flying Publisher
ISBN/ASIN: 3924774676
ISBN-13: 9783924774677
Number of pages: 77

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How long does it take to learn another language? How many words do we need to learn? Are languages within the reach of everybody? Which teachers would we choose and which teachers should we avoid? These are some of the questions you ask yourself when you start learning a new language. The Word Brain provides the answers.

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