Item description for Berlitz French: Flash Cards (Berlitz Kids) (French Edition) by Berlitz Publishing...
These fun bilingual flash cards, featuring popular art from the Adventures with Nicholas series, will have children speaking everyday words in a flash. There are 50 flash cards with colorful visual cues and phonetic transcription of objects and concepts. These rounded edge flash cards have the English translation on the reverse side, and the Chinese edition includes characters and pinyin.
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Studio: Berlitz Kids
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.8" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2006
Publisher Berlitz Kids
ISBN 9812469702 ISBN13 9789812469700
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Berlitz French: Flash Cards (Berlitz Kids) (French Edition)?
They're okay for beginners May 26, 2010
Praise: cute drawings; durable cards; includes a variety of words such as basic colors and numbers, household items and rooms, family members, common foods and animals Criticism: It would have been nice to know how many cards came in the box. I tried to find out before purchasing, but couldn't find the quantity number anywhere (it's 50, just so you know). Also, although the cards all have background colors, the colors aren't organized in any way. I keep wanting to sort them into categories, but the number cards are all different colors, and the food cards don't match, etc. I thought that was silly--might as well just make them all the same because you would think they would be color-coded! The pronunciation of the French words is WAY off for some of the words, but I guess I would have a hard time trying to spell out French words using English letters since our alphabets are so different. French is just a hard language to pronounce at first, so I'm glad I already speak it and can teach my kid the correct way to say the words, rather than rely on the cards.
great flash cards Apr 7, 2010
My son is bilingual ( French/English) and my daughter-in-law doesn't speak French. They would like their baby to be bi-lingual and they love the flash cards because it allows Mom to learn the vocabulary ( while Dad is showing it to Baby)and repeat it to Baby. They love the cards and think it is a fun game and very useful
PERFECT CARDS FOR BEGINNERS! Nov 19, 2008
These cards have been so helpful in teaching French to my (homeschooled) kids. Very easy to learn, well categorized, and great graphics. We have had so much fun using these cards; they have turned a new language into something exciting and useful! Highly recommend!