Pimsleur Spanish I , II and III
Anyone out there doing Pimsleur Spanish I, II or III.
I am and got to one lesson where for the life of me I could not tell what they said, so basically I was lost.
But due to the marvels of the internet and the hard work of someone, I have found a file where every word of all 100 lessons is written down - so if you are lost you can look it up in the written lessson.
If anyone wants a copy let me know and I can email.
Here is the actual zip file with all the info.
I started using the Pimsleur stuff after I reached a saturation point with book studying on my own. I just wasn't getting it. I need to hear it and say it to make any progress and it's helped a lot. I've slacked the last couple of weeks though because I'm busy.
I had some trouble hearing some of the words in there too. Fortunately, I'm listening to them on MP3's and Windows Media player has a setting to slow down the audio and some of the phrases I had to listen to 5 or 10 times before I understood it.
But here is the zip file attached. It's all text files inside and there are no viruses but of course you should scan it anyways before actually opening the file. Security first!
Hi Roger, all contributions are welcome, if you wnat to share something with others, could to bring the link here.
Here it is.
Pimsleur's materials, published by Simon & Schuster Audio, considers any transcripts of their CDs to be a copyright infringement. However, many "torrent" sites periodically do offer these transcripts. I, myself, do not use torrent sites, but for those who do, I'm sure you'll know how to find the ".pdf" transcripts.
WARNING : Do not , when buying Pimsleur products get ripped off by the "buy back" sites selling their courses. I sent my Spanish, I, II, and III back to the most "reputable" site, only to find they had gone out of business. So now I'm out of my CDs!
If you are seeking a particular word or phrase, I made notes of all my lessons and would be glad to answer a question here.
I started learning spanish with pimsleur. Even though the words in pimsleur are common and well spoken, I had difficulty learning.
If I had the written texts, it would have helped allot. I think it is completely worth it to get the texts.
It is however a little late for me as I have moved beyond pimsleur.
Pimsleur takes the position that this defeats their teaching method.. I think it enhances it.
Very nice of you to bring this up for spanish learners Roger.
Pimsleur in combination with spanish dict where they go over conjugations is a good method to learn.
Hi Roger, Can you email me the 100 lessons text file. email@example.com Thank you very much. Garry.
Hi Roger I have been looking for pimsleurs notes forever Is it possible u email me the file to firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
Hi guys, does anybody have this transcript? Im at email@example.com I need it bad...i dont care that the pimsleur technique says that it's best not to see the words - I think I learn better when I do.
hi i was wondering if anybody at all has gotten this file. im desperate. please if anybody has any information at all email is firstname.lastname@example.org