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Easiest way to learn BASIC FRENCH & ITALIAN?! DVD/CD or IPAD? Help!

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Hey Travelers!

I'm about to leave on a 3 week trip to France & Italy on my HONEYMOON at the end of August (less than a month away)! We have been so busy after the wedding that we've had no time to LEARN French & Italian till now! I'm not expecting to completely learn the language in such short time but at least learn some of the basics in the few weeks we have left.

I am not much of a reader.. (yes I admit it). I am far better off following a "children style" type of learning that includes pictures, video or audio cd's. Can anyone suggest an easy program out there to learn BASIC FRENCH & BASIC ITALIAN?!

It can be a DVD VIDEO, AUDIO CD/BOOK, COMPUTER CD/IPAD or IPOD application.

Not looking to spend major bucks either.. something easy and simple for basic learning to get through a 3 week trip in Europe. :)

Any help would be great, thanks!!

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