Diaglogue summary MP3 or CD

AnthonyLouis

AnthonyLouis

It would be helpful to have all the dialogues in Spanish in one continuous file for review rather than having to go to each lesson to review the diaglogues. A "summary" diaglogue CD or MP3 file would enable students to review the entire course while listening only to Spanish without English explanations.
nohablo

nohablo

¡Qué buena idea!
Antonio

Antonio

I agree !
Randy1

Randy1

Absolutely an excellent idea!

Thanks for the suggestion! However, let me pass by you the idea that we _were _planning to do and see if it's preferable. One of the cool things we're planning for the next "big update" of Rocket Spanish is getting the Interactive Audio Lesson dialogues into a PDF format where (like the Conversation Coursebook) you can click on each line and hear it repeated. This way, you can practice the full sentences as much as you want without having to listen to the entire lesson all over again. Would that accomplish the same function as the idea that you're talking about?
nohablo

nohablo

[quo]*Quote from * Amy Would that accomplish the same function as the idea that you're talking about?[/quo] Hola, Amy. I really like the fact that you and Mauricio are continuing to update and improve Rocket Spanish. However, while I love the way we can click and listen to the Conversation Course .pdf file, giving the Rocket Spanish lessons similar functionality wouldn't be of much use to me. Like a number of other people, I can understand written Spanish much more than I can understand spoken Spanish (that's why I chose the userid "nohablo" :) ). I turned to Rocket Spanish (and Learning Spanish Like Crazy) because I want to be able to speak and understand _spoken_ Spanish. Seeing the words written down would defeat the purpose for me. What I'd like is to be able to listen to all the dialogues without any English explanation and see whether I can understand them. I've started to do that, in fact, but it's a pain to have to open up each lesson just to be able to listen to its opening dialogue. I realize that other people may feel differently, but I thought I'd offer my feedback FWIW.
AnthonyLouis

AnthonyLouis

[quo]*Quote from * Amy Would that accomplish the same function as the idea that you're talking about?[/quo] Amy, I like your idea but it's different from what I was suggesting. I'd like an audio file just in Spanish of all the dialogues to listen to in the car as I'm driving to practice understanding spoken Spanish without visual input. Tony

We can definitely do this. I was planning to get onto it this week but haven't managed. Look for this to appear in the next week or so!
Antonio

Antonio

I like the original idea from Amy, which will be very benificial to absolute beginners. However, I also understand what Nohablo and Anthony want. As a school teacher I know how difficult it is to satisfy all. I feel with you, Amy :wink:

Whew, my goodness! That was a lot more work than I thought! ;-) But it's finallly finished. Go into your Members Area, click on *Downloads*, then click on *Interactive Audio Course*. At the bottom of the screen you will see a section called *Review* with a hyperlink to _» Practice Just the Spanish Conversations _ The dialogues are all there!
nailteach

nailteach

Amy, Although I was not the one to think of this request, I would like to thank you for your work. I downloaded it to burn and take with me to listen to on the go, and think that it will be a good addition to my arsenal :lol: It's great how you(Uds.) respond to members' requests/concerns.

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