"After checking the author's website for progress on word lists and pronunciation trainers there has been little to no progress on new products." quote from 1 star Amazon reviewer http://www.amazon.com/Fluent-Forever-Learn-Language-Forget/product-reviews/0385348118/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_one?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0 Thoughts? Agree or disagree?

* Originally posted by clay.

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  • Proof we should be discerning about peoples opinions expressed online! What does that comment have to do with anything? It's obvious to anyone just how monumental and pioneering Fluent Forever the book is, in the field of language acquisition. Historical, really. The book happens to be what is for sale on Amazon. The additional tools are additional - and are an *extraordinary* labour - the amount of time and energy obviously invested into them! A labour of love! They are obviously are a long term process - and not only has Gabe released them in record time - he is keeping us posted with an ETA. And no, I have no relationship with Gabriel other than buying his book. I just felt I had to quickly jump to respond to your reply just in case the amazon person gets taken seriously. I feel to apologise to Gabriel on that persons behalf, it's a bit upsetting actually

    * Originally posted by Meher Baba.
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  • I'm presently using Rosetta Stone to learn Hebrew. I do enjoy their method. So, if I get this book it will help move things along even more? Is that what you have found?

    * Originally posted by clay.
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  • Hi Clay. I am not familiar with other methodologies. I do know the consensus is that the book is light years ahead of conventional methods, in efficiency and effectiveness. I have also read respected language authorities have praised it highly and simultaneously not so keen on Rosetta Stone. The Tim Ferris blog has a lengthy and very thorough piece by Gabriel essentially distilling the entire book down into one essay. There is a link to it on this website, under Articles or Press or something like that. It quickly convinced me to purchase the book. Good luck!

    * Originally posted by Meher Baba.
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  • http://fourhourworkweek.com/2014/07/16/how-to-learn-any-language-in-record-time-and-never-forget-it/#more-12597

    I can't find the article on this website but there's the direct link to Gabriels article

    Just buy the book - do it ;-) it's not much - and you'll not look back ;-)

    Blessings from Australia



    * Originally posted by Meher Baba.
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