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Paul Noble is a genius with a higher IQ than Einstein. Despite this, he still struggled with language learning at school. He found himself feeling "confused, incapable, and unable to really say anything." As a result of his negative early experiences, Paul has come up with a groundbreaking new method of language teaching that removes the need for months of study. With Paul Noble, everyone really can speak a language.

Part 2 of the course covers:

  • Numbers
  • Eating out
  • Asking for directions
  • At the train station

A native-speaking German expert helps Paul to deliver the course and to perfect your pronunciation. No complicated grammatical explanations, no writing - no stress. Learn over 6,000 words in no time at all and - most importantly - learn how to make your new vocabulary work for you. A downloadable booklet is also included to use as a reference and revision tool.

Learn German with Paul Noble combines an exciting, new, nontraditional approach to language learning with the easy, relaxed appeal of an audio-only product. No books. No rote memorisation. No chance of failure.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • Global
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  • rufusdampfer
  • 18/07/2015

nearly identical to part one.

Let me begin by saying that Paul Noble's course is fantastic. I still really enjoyed the teaching process he delved into in part 1. To my dismay, part 2 covers the exact same vocabulary and grammar as part 1. It seems to be the same information in a slightly more compressed format. I just don't really see the point of book two when no new information is presented.

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  • Lassi Lapintie
  • 24/11/2015

Do not buy if you own part 1!

After the highly satisfying part 1, I am really disappointed to discover this part 2 contains no new material. If I was looking to review, I would have listened to part 1 again, not bought a new one. I will be asking for my money back, and will not continue this series. This is highly dishonest, even fraudulent publishing, as I'm almost sure that at least a part of this audio is the exact same recording as part 1. Shame on you!

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  • M. Warren
  • 07/05/2016

Reader's Digest Version of Part 1 - Disappointing

I had learned from Paul Noble's "Learn Spanish" parts 1, 2 & 3, and thoroughly enjoyed all three parts; aside from learning a lot, they inspired me to go on to other Spanish sources for six full months! I hoped his "Learn German" series would do the same, and I am very disappointed.

Part 1 was conducted in the same manner as in the Spanish series. There were a few minor issues, of course, like distinguishing "dem" from "den" when it would have helped for Paul to spell out the words. But his accompanying PDF resolved those issues.

Others here had said "don't buy part 2 if you already have part 1!!" stating it was just more of the same, nothing new. Since I listen in the car while commuting, I figured it couldn't hurt to keep reviewing everything I'd learned in part 1 for a few more hours.

I HAD NOT EXPECTED TO GO BACK TO GROUND ZERO! Seriously 45 minutes into part 2, Paul says, "You may have noticed that we have different words for 'the': 'das' and 'der'." Part 2 is NOT continued review! It's just a condensed version of part 1 starting from the very beginning of part 1.

I cannot understand why Paul would stake his reputation on such a gimmick. I cannot bring myself to buy part 3; others say there's some new material but not much, and not much grammar there. I'd give his "Learn Spanish" a 5-star review for a novice, and the same for "Learn German" PART 1; but part 2 shouldn't merit even one star.

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  • Martin
  • 25/09/2015

95% duplicated content with part I

Would you try another book from Paul Noble and/or Paul Noble?

Perhaps

Has Learn German with Paul Noble, Part 2 turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

What about Paul Noble’s performance did you like?

The performance is very good.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was very disappointed because I had high expectations after the first part of his course, which was genuinely helpful. The second part had me disappointed every single time I picked it up as it was just repeating the same content from part I. Literally the exact same parts just in different order.

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  • Lisa Shenk
  • 25/03/2015

A review?

Most of this is a review of German I. I expected more new stuff and without the prompting. Moving on to the next.

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  • Brian
  • 11/04/2017

5 hours of review from the first one

Almost exactly a repeat of content from the first book. But I did feel it was useful because it reviewed some of the harder parts like when ein and einer change because of being a victim in the situation or by using with (mit) or after (nach). 5 hours of practice or less than $2 per hour is a good deal for me. I do wish it would give us more vocabulary though. But I clearly see the purpose is to create sentences and understand sentence structure.

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  • Tina Denton
  • 22/03/2017

Review of book 1

I was disappointed. I thought I would learn something new but it was a review

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  • Bryan J Mashinter
  • 13/12/2016

A waste of money if you bought Part 1

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book might be valuable if you're brushing up on German and already have some of the basics down, but if you bought Part 1, this is redundant to an irritating degree. I'm not some language genius that I absorbed all of Part 1 perfectly, but Paul uses the same verbs, the same nouns, the same scenarios in Part 2 that he did in Part 1. I learned almost nothing new. I would have been better off re-listening to Part 1.

What could Paul Noble have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Taught new words, expanded the scenarios a bit more.

What does Paul Noble bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

From an audio perspective, in all these books, having a native speaker go through the phrases twice is especially helpful.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Learn German with Paul Noble, Part 2?

Nearly all of them as there were a complete repeat of Part 1.

Any additional comments?

If I have misunderstood the purpose of Part 2 as a natural follow-up to Part 1, I apologize. But if you are trying to learn the German language and make progress that challenges you and aids to your vocabulary and expertise, I would skip Part 2.

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  • Jessica
  • 12/07/2016

German part 2

Part 2 is good for a slow review of part 1. you don't learn anything new. I was hoping to learn more.

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  • ch
  • 21/03/2015

Don't buy this one if you have part one...

Any additional comments?

Part 2 of this series is completely contained within part one, so I am not sure what the marketing strategy is here. I think it should be explained how to order the audiobooks so that you are not paying for the same thing twice...duh!

I am new to German and found that Part 1 is an excellent start.

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  • Sha JD
  • 19/11/2017

Makes it stuck

From my experience with Part 1 and 2, the author really stresses upon repeating certain words and sentences over and over, and that makes them stuck in your head. The good thing is that those words and expressions are essential ones in German which makes you able to construct a plenty of sentences. In this part the author introduces some of the basic rules of handling gendres in German which I used to think is really confusing! Give it a go and enjoy.

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  • Amazon Kunde
  • 09/07/2017

the same content as before

if you think that it is impossible, than ypu are wrong. 100 % the same.

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  • Schoeschss
  • 19/07/2016

Same thing

This module do not introduce a single word. You can skip it and go to module 3