My French Coach Level 2: Improve Your French (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Ubisoft Nintendo DS games
Description:Genre: Education & Reference / Release Date: 2007-11-23 / Published by Ubisoft
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My French Coach: Improve Your French Level 2
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Customer My French Coach Level 2: Improve Your French (DS) Reviews (11)
by - written on 17/01/08 (Very useful, 710 readings)
My French Coach Learning a new language couldn't be easier than using My French Coach which is one of the many games designed for the Nintendo DS. The game is designed at teaching those interested in how to speak French. It is recommended that if you spend fifteen to twenty minutes each day, you could become a fluent speaker in this language. There are two separate games available - My French Coach: Beginner's and My French Coach: Intermediate. The game consists of an amazing 1, 000 lessons ranging in difficulty and 10, 000 words and phrases. And if you manage to master all of the lessons, you can use the game as a dictionary. The game says the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Please note this is on the INTERMEDIATE version of the game. I bought this a while ago as my boyfriend is French and I wanted to kickstart my learning to go to a French school. The concept of the game is that you have a coach, which you choose from a selection of characters, and this person encourages you to play games that help you improve your French and your progress is recorded. This sounds like an excellent theory but in practice I found it was not so useful. Having been in France prior to when I bought this (I bought the Intermediate version), I had a basic concept of vocabulary but I wanted to be able to speak rather than just know words. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I bought this game as I hope to go to france and wanted to actually be able to say something beyond je m'appelle! The french coach does seem promising and offers a very extensive dictionary and phrasebook, which actually has useful phrases, much better than the useless stuff you learnt at school! however, I actually thought that the game itself wasn't really something which should have been produced for the DS as it really didn't make much use of the facilities which set the DS apart from other consoles. Yes, you can record yourself speaking words to check your pronounciation, but the games were quite monotonous and I actually thought it was quite hard to remember all .. Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09, updated on 24/07/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
This game I bought to help me recap on my Frenh GCSEs as it had been years since I spoke any French and since then all I have found myself doing is playing this game for a while. It is fun and educational, who'd have guessed. The game uses lessons and minigames to help you learn words and phrases and also some grammar too. It is suitable for everyone pretty much up to A-level students say as it teaches you from scratch. The game has a dictionary funtion and will teach you grammar in lessons. An in game character shows you the basics and how to get started. The games all make good use of the touch screen as do the lessons. You can touch flash cards ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Useful, 17 readings)
I bought this game to improve my french and its amazing how much you remember from the boring french lessons! The game is great for any ability, from beginners to A-level's. Its got a range of different games to help you learn different words and phrases and a varied selection of different subject areas to learn (colours, holidays, family etc). I enjoy the playing the game little and often to help get the best from the game in learning the language. and the games help learning much more interesting! The words are pronouned clearly and and i found it useful for quickly learning new phrases. The graphics are ok, but you dont play it for ... Read the complete review
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