We do have people spelling it Pimsler, Pimslor, Pimslur and Pimslir. But these spellings are all wrong. The right way to spell Pimsleur is P-I-M-S-L-E-U-R. We all like to have our names spelled correctly and this is especially true for the
Version: 1.0We do have people spelling it Pimsler, Pimslor, Pimslur and Pimslir. But these spellings are all wrong. The right way to spell Pimsleur is P-I-M-S-L-E-U-R.
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We all like to have our names spelled correctly and this is especially true for the internet. Google helps us with spelling when we spell a word incorrectly. It asks us: Did you mean: pimsleur
You get better results on the internet if you spell the word correctly.
Pimsleur Language Courses were developed by Dr. Paul Pimsleur.
He taught at the University of California in Los Angles (UCLA), Columbia University, Ohio State University, State University of New York at Albany, and lectured at Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg as a Fulbright lecturer. He was instrumental in developing the Pimsleur Language Aptitude Battery (PLAB) which is used to calculate language aptitude by measuring verbal intelligence, auditory ability and motivation.
PLAB is used today to determine a person's language learning aptitude or even a language learning disability among secondary school students.
What does this do for you in learning a language?
The Pimsleur Courses are the best courses available to help you learn to Speak a Language. Many courses teach you endless vocabulary and a lot about a language.
But there is none better in teaching you how to Speak a Language.
If your objective is learning to speak in a foreign tongue then you want to use a Pimsleur Course.
Many people have tried learning to speak a new language and have failed until they come across a Pimsleur Course.
Be smart and start with Pimsleur. Learn to speak and afterwards to help you expand on your skills then pick up the Flash Cards, Verb Dictionary, Vocabulary Lists and Reading Foreign Language Books.
Give yourself a head start and help your learning curve.