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Learning To Speak German

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I am going to Germany in May, 2014. I would like to learn to speak some German. I've been to Germany before, and know it's not necessary, but I would like to learn some of the language. I have looked at Rosetta Stone, Primseur, and Language101, as possible programs to teach me German. Does anyone on this forum have experience with any of these? Are there others I should look at?

Thanks for any help you can give me with this.

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