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"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)

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Already completed Michel Thomas Total German?

Take your German to the next level with this acclaimed follow-on to the Michel Thomas Method Total Course.
No books. No writing. No memorizing.

- Guaranteed success. Speak and understand perfectly
- Incredible progress. Get what you want, fast
- Absolute confidence. Unleash your natural learning style without trying

The Method:

Stress-free audio learning
Michel Thomas teaches you through your own language, so there's no stress, and no anxiety. He builds it up, step by step, and you don't move on until you've absorbed and understood the previous point. And, as Michel Thomas said, 'What you understand, you know; and what you know, you don't forget.' With parallels to the way you learned your own language, each language is learned in 'real-time' conditions. There is no need to stop for homework, additional exercises or vocabulary memorization.

A 'virtual' classroom
The classroom situation on the recording lets you learn with others. You enjoy their success, and you learn from their mistakes. The students on the recordings are not reading from scripts and they have received no additional instruction or preparation - just the guidance you hear on the recording. You, as the learner, become the third student and participate actively in the class.

There's no such thing as a poor student, only a poor teacher
This is an important part of the Michel Thomas Method. Full responsibility for your learning lies with the teacher, not with you, the pupil. This helps to ensure that you can relax and feel confident, allowing you to learn effectively.

Why it Works:

Learn another language the way you learned your own
You learned your own language naturally and enjoyably: now you can learn German in the same way. You'll stick with it because you'll love it. Use the unique method perfected over fifty years by the celebrated psychologist and linguist Michel Thomas.

This method works with your brain, helping you to build up your German in manageable, enjoyable steps by thinking out the answers for yourself. You learn through listening and speaking without the pressure of writing or memorizing. You pick up the language naturally and unforgettably. Join the millions of people worldwide who have learned a new language with the Michel Thomas Method.
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Learn Anywhere
Don't be tied to chunky books or your computer, Michel Thomas Method audio courses let you learn whenever you want: at home, in your car, or on the move with your MP3 player.

What's in the Course?

- 8 hours of audio on CD
- NEW: visual learning review for PC or Mac
- NEW: over 3 hours of extra vocab help
- NEW: interactive exercises to check your progress

How Does it Work?

- Listen: collect words effortlessly by listening
- Connect: create your own mental tool kit by understanding how words fit together
- Speak: put the words back together to build sentences, naturally

The Michel Thomas Method Range:

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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Completely falls apart as the lessons go further 30 septembre 2014
Par Brad L. Senatore - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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When You Want To Learn How To Actually SPEAK German! 29 juin 2015
Par Daniel Thompson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Following in the footsteps of Total German, which I purchased and loved, Perfect German continues the class with Michel and the two students. More complicated sentence structures are introduced, and more vocabulary. I have the utmost praise for Michel's teaching methods. I have tried many other language learning approaches through the years, including Rosetta Stone, but I will safely say that the Michel Thomas method is the one that has worked the best for me. I don't like just learning random sentences. I want to learn how to form my own sentences, and this method teaches you how to do just that. Every lesson reinforces previous lessons, and new words and phrases are added. It's true that you don't get a tremendous amount of vocabulary here, but you certainly get enough to get started, and more importantly, you learn how to conjugate in all the verb tenses. With Perfect German comes a little booklet with all of the lessons transcribed, plus, a nice dictionary with added vocabulary! This is quite helpful.

Part of this course includes two vocabulary CDs that are introduced and conducted using teachers other than Michel. This added material is bonus vocabulary, essentially, but does include some "Michel-like" attempts at teaching by one of his associates. The problem I have with this is: 1) the woman conducting these sessions is pleasant enough, but she has a heavy British accent, and the material is rushed, in my opinion, possibly to cram in as many new words and phrases as possible. 2) She has the assistance of some native German speakers, but oftentimes they, too, rush through the answers in such a way that I feel overwhelmed and miss some of what they say. Let me just say that although this is a valuable addition to the CD set as a whole, these new teachers don't have the calm, reassuring, relaxed tone that Michel Thomas was so good at. They try and they do a good job, but they certainly aren't Michel Thomas! He was the master. I am using the vocabulary CDs to be sure, but they are definitely not as enjoyable as the ones conducted by Mr. Thomas.

Overall, this method works quite well for me. After completing Total German and Perfect German, I now feel quite comfortable in constructing sentences by myself, and in listening to German on YouTube and other places, I find I am understanding a lot more that I did before. As Michel himself has said, "Once you can handle the verbs, the rest is just vocabulary". This is not an exact quote, but it is approximate. His method works well for me. The learning is fun, and I found myself devouring the course at every opportunity. I listen to the CDs in my car all the time. You will soon find yourself constructing your own sentences in no time and speaking German. Grammar is more or less explained during the course. The informal "du" is introduced later in the course, but for some reason, "Sie" and "Ihnen" are the only forms used in addressing another person, and never once is "dich" or "dir" explained or used. The plural of you, "Ihr" is also never mentioned, so the conjugation of that verb tense is not taught. I think these omissions are minor however, because once you learn the material presented, it's fairly easy to figure out when and how to use these alternate forms of the 2nd person. I do wish he had introduced and explained these, though. It would have been helpful. I'll sum up by saying: I wish Michel Thomas was still with us. I'd sign up for advanced tutoring with him in a heartbeat. He really knows how to teach a language, and his method of teaching is exciting and fun. If languages were taught this way in school, students would actually be using and speaking them in no time—and having fun doing it!
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Frustrated by "students" in simulated lessons 5 mars 2015
Par M O'Dwyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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
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Possibly good at beginner level but not very helpful at advanced ... 18 août 2014
Par Godwin Kaptoge - Publié sur Amazon.com
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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 Amazon.com
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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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