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Can you learn while sleeping? Studies say that yes, you can.
Listening to a language while asleep can help supercharge your vocabulary.
Learn easily with the power of pleasant repetition.
With the Learn Polish While Sleeping audiobook, you'll absorb over 430 Polish words and phrases effortlessly.
You can use this beginner-level audiobook to
- Relax while listening to Polish phrases and translations
- Relieve stress. Just listen in. No confusing grammar rules
- Wind down before bed to help you fall asleep
- And of course, learn words passively in your sleep.
How does it work? Just press play... and listen to the gentle voice of a native teacher.
Our teacher repeats each word and phrase multiple times...so you'll retain them better, whether you're awake or in bed. For best results, listen while awake first. Then, listen while falling asleep.
What will you learn? You'll master more than 430 beginner words and phrases, including:
- Basic greetings
- Numbers in Polish
- Common questions and answers
- Words for introducing yourself
- Basic verbs and adjectives
- And much more
The Learn Polish While Sleeping audiobook includes:
- 13 beginner-level audio lessons
- Over seven hours of lessons in total
- Accompanying PDF eBook with all of the words, phrases, and translations
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Worth the money, needs improvement
First the bad. The target language (Polish) volume needs to be the same as the native language (English) volume. It's about half as loud and sometimes about half as loud as that. It makes it impossible to hear if there's background noise. At first I thought it was because you listen while you sleep but the native language I s so loud in comparison. If anything, switch it, I understand English and would be able to decypher what is being said as opposed to struggling to hear and understand a foreign language because the ac is on or a car drives by. There's lots of new sounds to learn.
The good. The content is practical. When I was awake, I didn't hear any useless phrases like finding hotels and taxis. It had content like I have one cat and two dogs and other phrases you would actually use. Of course I love that it's audio so I can listen while I drive as opposed to apps that require attention. Those have a valuable place but it seems the manufacturers don't make passive learning products anymore. I love that it has a pdf, I haven't downloaded it yet, but sometimes it's hard to tell the difference between a p, t, d, or b. Some programs don't have any written material so you either have to guess, ask someone who knows, or look it up somewhere else.
This program is well worth the money and I'll be looking for it in Russian too.