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Has anyone used Byki?

Apparently it's a free computer-based language-learning program. I'm downloading it as I type this, so I don't know how it is yet, but I was wondering if anyone else used it for any language (they offer many languages).
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Re: Has anyone used Byki?

Never heard of it, but I'm interested in what you think of it. I'm going to try and improve my very basic French and will need all the help I can get!
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Re: Has anyone used Byki?

When it comes to languages the first thing I recommend to everyone is the Michel Thomas method (if you search on Ebay or Amazon you should be able to find a reasonably priced package of cd's).

No reading, no writing, only listening.

I haven't looked into this yet but will let you know how it goes.
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Re: Has anyone used Byki?

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Apparently it's a free computer-based language-learning program. I'm downloading it as I type this, so I don't know how it is yet, but I was wondering if anyone else used it for any language (they offer many languages).
I used it before, while learning Bulgarian. It is quite good.

Still can't speak a word thought

No fault of BYKI!
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Interesting software, thanks.
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