Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone

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Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone

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Hello, for anyone interested, I have pimsleur Mandarin levels I and II, which together cost $600. I was wondering if anyone out there had the fairfield technologies' Rosetta Stone package, I would be willing to trade via the internet. E-mail me.

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Re: Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone

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너는 똥구멍야.

In case you can't read hangeul (which for some reason I think you can), it says neoneun ddong'gumeong'ya.

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O, come on, you guys seriously waste all that money on those overpriced courses?

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No, they suck.

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How do you know they suck, have you tried them?

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Yes, I have indeed.

I learned much from them but most of it was wrong.

eegoga hanashimasuga kaga. (I learned this from the evil Japanese ones... yuck)

Plus, they overprice them for such sucky courses. You can get a much cheaper program that does something fairly similar from Transparent Language: (language)Now!, or you can get 101 Languages... meh

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Re: Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone

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You can get a much cheaper program that does something fairly similar from Transparent Language: (language)Now!, or you can get 101 Languages.

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