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THE THIRD EAR
CHRIS LONSDALE

INKSTONE BOOKS (FEB 2006)
PAPERBACK, 184 pages, 234 x 156 mm.
Prod. # 9789889888701 (American edition)
Category: Self-help

Limited stock: this book may require 4-6 weeks delivery



click here to buy the book for: HK$160


Review: The Asian Review of Books


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You Can Learn Any Language

Are you hesitating to learn a new language because you've heard it's difficult? Or are you trying right now but finding it harder than you imagined?

What if you could become fluent in a new language in a very short period of time -- just months, or maybe even weeks?

You can learn any new language quickly and easily. It doesn't require pain or frustration. It can be fun, exciting and enlightening. Of course, to have this experience you do need to know a few things. You need to find and use your hidden talent -- something we call the Third Ear.

The Third Ear takes you step by step along a path to think about language learning in totally new ways. Ways that help you realise you already know how to learn any language. You just needed to be reminded.

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