By Dace Prauliņš, Christopher Moseley
Colloquial Latvian is easy to exploit, thoroughly transparent and no previous wisdom of the language is needed. those CDs are recorded via local Latvian audio system and may play on any speakers. the cloth can be utilized by itself or to accompany the publication, supporting you with pronunciation and listening talents.
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Colloquial Latvian : A Complete Language Course for Beginners by Dace Prauliņš, Christopher Moseley