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Revue de presse

"The nearest thing to painless learning" (The Times)

"A unique and perfectly brilliant way of learning languages" (Stephen Fry)

"The most extraordinary experience of my life" (Emma Thompson)

"Thomas makes it simple" (Sunday Times)

"Works like a dream" (Daily Telegraph)

"Michel Thomas is a precious find indeed" (The Guardian)

"Five minutes in and you already feel like you're winning" (Time Out)

Biographie de l'auteur

Michel Thomas (1914-2005) had an amazing life. Born in Poland, he spent his early years in Germany and then in France, where he studied psychology at the Sorbonne in Paris. When war broke out, he fought with the Resistance and suffered imprisonment in slave labour camps. At the end of the the war he joined the US liberation army and later settled in the US where he established his world-famous language school. For more than 50 years he taught languages to the rich and famous and was the world's most sought-after language teacher.

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Completely falls apart as the lessons go further 30 septembre 2014
Par Brad L. Senatore - Publié sur
Let me say outright, that I really really enjoyed the Michel Thomas Method for teaching the language. The way that it progresses with the two students helping, and sometimes making their own mistakes, is fantastic. It uses this formula, adding new words slowly, and building off of older words, also slowly. Which worked. Well. It worked because it allowed you to use the newer words and ideas in small doses. But for whatever reason, the “Michel Thomas Method” just stops being used in the course itself! Where are the other students? Gone. Where are the slow building blocks? Also gone. Towards the end and into the more advanced classes, the courses literally start rattling off vocabulary. Just new word after new word, allowing you one application (often peppered with OTHER new words!!) of the new word, before moving on to another new word. Maybe that works for some people. I just became increasingly frustrated with it.
I can’t stress enough how helpful the beginning courses were. For whatever reason that method clicks with how I learn. But why it changes later on, is a complete mystery. You’re asked and expected to translate lengthy sentences that have up to 4(!!) new words, that you were just briefly taught the meaning of seconds ago. I might learn one, and as the translation of the sentence goes on, the other newly taught words are just gone. Why does the method change?
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Frustrated by "students" in simulated lessons 5 mars 2015
Par M O'Dwyer - Publié sur
I am finding the two students in the simulated classroom setting very irritating. They take a long time to grasp the most basic of concepts and their pronunciation at times is terrible. I understand the idea behind the simulated classroom setting but I feel that the students make so many mistakes and have to repeat the same thing so often that I am being held back. I also don't like hearing their poor pronunciation as I think it is important for the learner to hear the correct pronunciations in order to allow them to get as close as possible to pronouncing it correctly themselves. A few times I have found myself saying the word the way the learners are pronouncing it because you hear them saying it incorrectly more than you hear Michel saying it correctly. I also cannot stand that Michel constantly makes noises with his mouth. It is so irritating. Every time there is a pause you hear him.

I am retaining quite a bit of information using this method but find it is lacking in vocabulary. It does give clear grammar explanations which are very useful but again I find myself becoming frustrated by the two students and their inability to grasp basic concepts and their poor pronunciation. 5 CD's in and the woman still can't pronounce the word "mich" and the man constantly takes long pauses to think and then gets the answer wrong anyway. It is funny hearing Michel become frustrated with them too though.

I think this method is useful for grammar but needs to be supplemented with another method to achieve good pronunciation, reading, writing and vocabulary skills
Possibly good at beginner level but not very helpful at advanced ... 18 août 2014
Par Godwin Kaptoge - Publié sur
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Possibly good at beginner level but not very helpful at advanced level. Vocabulary might be the only +, still to explore in detail.
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Great 8 janvier 2014
Par Tahsin Ugurhan Baydar - Publié sur
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Worths every penny you will spend on Michel Thomas. This man's teaching style and the way he simplifies the grammar for you is amazing.
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