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  1. September 16, 2018

    Hi, I am learning Japanese and to be honest, I have a ton of books including your 10 minutes a day. I like it and the CD for learning vocabulary and speaking/listening. I do have one issue though. Romaji in my opinion, is not helpful or practical. If I go to Japan, I will be able to get by with simple conversation, but nothing else. Perhaps if you introduce hiragana and katakana into your book? Just, no kanji. Thanks!

    “Tiff” said:
    • September 17, 2018

      I’m glad you like JAPANESE in 10 minutes a day. The goal of the “10 minutes a day” Series is the attainment of basic conversational fluency plus vocabulary acquisition through a building-block methodology.

      Learning the various writing systems used in Japan is a completely separate endeavor which can take a significant amount of time. By being able to speak the language it will also be easier to learn the various writing systems if that is your goal.

      “Kristine” said:
  2. August 30, 2018

    Hi I love the Spanish 10 minuets a day

    “Jo” said:
    • August 30, 2018

      We all enjoy receiving such a nice, positive comment. Remember, if you have any questions, contact us please. For now, 10 minutes a day on your Spanish!

      “Kristine” said:
  3. August 30, 2018

    Hi I am doing the Spanish 10 minutes a day and love it I am focusing on the first disk for a wile.

    “Anonymous” said:
    • August 30, 2018

      Excellent! Take your time, don’t rush, repeat, enjoy, practice and when you feel ready, move to the next disk.

      “Kristine” said:
  4. August 13, 2018

    I bought the French in 10 minutes a day book and so far I have gotten so advanced, thanks to this book I can start reading french!

    “Madelyn” said:
    • August 13, 2018

      So many people think that learning a foreign language is impossible so they don’t even try. We are thrilled that you have chosen our book FRENCH in 10 minutes a day and that you are demonstrating that you can learn a language and you can have some fun along the way. Let your friends know, see if you can get them to learn a language, let your neighbors know, let the folks at Barnes & Noble know. Everyone likes to hear a success story!

      “Kristine” said: