ASSiMiL ?Le Anglais Sans Peine ?The English Without Toil (1956)

ASSiMiL ?Le Anglais Sans Peine ?The English Without Toil
ASSiMiL | Paris 1956 | English | PDF, MP3 (ripped from vinyl records) | 536 pages | 176 mb

Assimil ?A unique learning method: "Intuitive assimilation".
"My tailor is rich" are familiar words to millions. This was the first sentence of Assimil's "English Without Toil" first published in 1929. The phrase has since become synonymous with fun language-learning with an undertone of humour. Assimil courses have been regularly updated over the years but they all follow the unique, tried and tested principle of "intuitive assimilation".

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