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Collins Easy Learning Dictionaries offer an ideal introduction for language learners of all ages.
They also feature a number of free downloadable resources to help you practise and consolidate your language skills.
Verb Tables - for all key verbs (flagged in the printed dictionary)
These resources are available for Easy Learning French, Spanish, Italian, and German dictionaries. Polish, Irish and Mandarin coming soon. Click on a cover below to download all of the resources above:
Easy Learning Conversation Audio Downloads
The following Easy Learning Conversation audio downloads accompany the Collins Easy Learning Conversation guides - books that help you learn and practise the most important conversational phrases in your chosen language. Based on the 'One-stop phrase shop' chapter, the downloads contain hundreds of everyday phrases, broken down into 15 useful topics. Available for Easy Learning French, Spanish and Italian Conversation titles - click on a cover below to download:
Easy Conversation Audio Download Instructions
The MP3 files are contained in Zip files so they can be downloaded quickly and easily. Click on a book cover above to download and save the Zip file to your computer.
To 'unzip' the file and extract the MP3 files, unzipping software such as WinZip or an equivalent must be installed on your computer. If it is not, visit www.winzip.com, www.7-zip.org or www.stuffit.com
Extract the MP3 files by double clicking on the zip file. When the unzipping software opens automatically, select all the files and click 'extract'. Save the files to a new folder on your computer.
MP3 is a file format - any file with a MP3 file extension can be listened to on a PC using Windows Media Player, Real Player or any other supporting application. If you are using a MAC you can use any media player that is built in. You do not need a physical MP3 player to listen to the files although they can be uploaded to an MP3 player/iPod if required.