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Doyle and Meara 1991

 
Reference
 

Doyle, Terry and Paul Meara. 1991. Lingo! How to learn a language. London: BBC Books. 192pp.

Summary
 

A popular treatment of the following topics: learning styles, language-learning approaches, difficulties specific to certain languages. Contains vignettes of particular learners' difficulties and how they overcame them. Also contains self-tests.

Evaluation
 

Popularly written, easy to read. Addressed mostly to English-speaking public (British), looking to learn foreign languages. The vignettes and self-tests are entertaining and informative.


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