Passamaquoddy / Meliseet

Published on January 7, 2013 by Carol

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Passamaquoddy / Meliseet

Customer review:
There are actually three different textbooks with this set: an encyclopedic reference textbook with grammatical, linguistic, and cultural information, a language-learning phrasebook, and a supplemental workbook focusing on vowel sounds. Three of the cassettes correspond with the textbook and one with each of the workbooks. All in all an excellent resource if you can afford it–I do wish they’d sell the three sets separately so that more people could afford these fine tapes.

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