The English indefinite article a is un or una in Occitan. The word un is used with masculine nouns and the word una is used with feminine nouns.
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Speak! Occitan knows which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each lesson offers listening practice, a printable Occitan-English dictionary and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your accent compares to Occitan native speakers.
I was amazed at how much fun the programme is. It was easy to install (basically put the CD and it starts).
The Auto lessons make learning super simple. The programme monitors your progress and automatically selects the level you need to enable you to progress in the language. All you have to do is work your way through the lessons.
There are also stories to read where you listen, fill in gaps, show a translation etc. until you can read the story fluently.
For me one of the great things about the TeachMe! series is the fact that I can use the CD in the car whilst travelling to work and it reinforces the vocabulary I learning. There is also a booklet which contains all the stories and I use this by reading the stories aloud and gaining confidence in speaking.
I have to say that it has been a pleasure for me to realise that through frequent usage, approx 30 minutes a day, I am starting to pick up Occitan and the whole process is stress free and fun. There are no pressures from a teacher etc. and should I miss a day or two, the auto programme remembers where I was up to and what my weak points were. Simplicity itself!
Published on Feb. 7, 2013 by Steve from Kent, England
I've learned several languages but I never had the chance to learn with a system like this. I was pleasantly surprised to see how it is possible to make learning a language easy with this kind of system and also how fun it can be.more...
Published on Feb. 5, 2016 by Olga from Padul, Spain
It's surprising how simple it is to learn a language with an interactive course like TeachMe!. The user can use what he needs when he needs it. It's easy to know what level you're at and what you should work on. This course is pleasantly organized and I am happy to be able to say 'Soi satisfach. Aprene es mai facil amb lo plaser' (I'm satisfied. Learning is easier when it's fun).
Published on Jan. 14, 2013 by chameroy from Le Mée-sur-Seine, France
Useful and fun to start out learning this marvellous language.
Published on Dec. 15, 2014 by Alessandro from Sanremo, Italy
Product Name:Speak! Occitan
Average Customer Review:
4.9 out of 5 stars
(out of 29 reviews)
If you've just met someone who speaks Occitan, you can make a good impression on him or her by learning Occitan.
If you have Occitan speaking friends, learning Occitan will help you to communicate with them.
Learning Occitan will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Occitan speaking areas.
Get by in Occitan with these basic Occitan words & phrases.
See you later
A tot ara
Thanks a lot
See you tomorrow
Occitan is spoken in southern France, parts of Italy and a small part of Spain. It is spoken as a first language by roughly 1 million people. Written Occitan can be understood fairly well by anyone with some knowledge of French and Spanish. more...
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