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  1. April 25, 2017

    I purchased Chinese in 10 Minutes a Day and downloaded the digital component on my iphone but have not been able to open it. What to do?

    “Eduardo” said:
    • May 3, 2017

      Always great to hear that someone is learning Chinese. The digital download is software which works on PCs and Mac computers. Give that a try and if you should have any technical issues then please call the main Bilingual Books office at 800-488-5068 or email them at Customer.Service@bbks.com.

      Good luck with your Chinese program!

      “Kristine” said:
  2. April 3, 2017

    Hi, I’ve tried to learn Portuguese from various sources and the 10 minutes a day has been the best so far. Its very difficult to teach yourself and there are no classes or groups but its important for me to learn it and at last I feel I can. Its still early days. Any chance of it coming out in mpg audio?

    “Donna” said:
    • May 3, 2017

      When I read comments like this I always want to say, please scream that from the rooftops! I am delighted that you like the “PORTUGUESE in 10 minutes a day program and have been successful with it. Just don’t give up. Stick with it. A little bit every day and it will work.

      No plans at this moment for a separate audio program, but you do know that the digital download has an audio component, yes? You can hear the vocabulary on the sticky labels, flash cards and much more as you quiz yourself.

      Again, don’t give up even if you don’t have a class to attend. Make your own classroom – once a day or twice a week. Make it fit into your schedule and then stick to it.

      All the best!

      “Kristine” said:
  3. March 2, 2017

    Hello Kristine,

    Your book has truly been a blessing. I am one of a group of missionaries studying together weekly preparing for our next missionary trip to Nicaragua. To God be the Glory!

    “Ruth” said:
    • March 2, 2017

      Thank you so much for your kind words. Studying together is excellent and everyone will benefit from it. All the best to you and your colleagues.

      “Kristine” said:
  4. February 3, 2017

    Hello Christine.
    I have just purchased the Chinese in Ten Minutes a Day and find it very interesting and helpful. I see that there is material on Farsee but is it only a language map. Do you have the book and CD Rom available?
    Yours gratefully,
    Laurence.

    “Laurence” said:
    • February 3, 2017

      I wish we had the book FARSI in 10 minutes a day, but at this time the only material we have for Farsi is our Language Map, FARSI a language map.

      http://bbks.com/farsi/languagemap.aspx

      Our editorial department meets monthly to discuss new titles and I will pass your interest in Farsi to their attention.

      I’m glad you like CHINESE in 10 minutes a day. It’s a fascinating language.

      “Kristine” said:
  5. January 21, 2017

    Hi Kristine:

    I completed the entire French in 10 Minutes a Day while commuting back and forth to work (a one-hour round trip daily). I continue to review and practice every time I’m in my car. I found your method to be the most efficient way for me to learn introductory French since I don’t have time to attend a formal class. I would be happy to continue learning more French using your method. Have you created a low intermediate book and CDs so people can continue to practice more French at a slightly higher level?

    “Barb” said:
    • January 23, 2017

      Congratulations on completing the FRENCH program. It is always a treat to hear such kind words about our program.

      Now for the bad news, we do not have a second level or intermediate book. The “10 minutes a day” program was designed to get people started with about 2,000 words and a lot of exposure to practical scenarios. The goal is that once you have that background you can use it as a springboard to whatever your language needs might be. Some people learn a language for a quick trip abroad, others because they have a foreign-speaking love interest, some because they have an interest in opera, others because they want to work with an NGO or other international organization. For us, it was most important to get people started in a way which keeps them excited about learning a foreign language.

      Now that you have this base of vocabulary and understanding of the language you might consider listening to French TV or radio. Don’t forget there are options coming out of Canada (Quebec) as well. For reading practice try the BBC news page in French or amazon’s online site in French. These are very practical ways to expand your vocabulary as well as being contemporary.

      Don’t hesitate to come back to me with questions. Again, congratulations and well done!

      “Kristine” said: