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I want to learn Croatian and improve my French – Please help!

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My husband and I would someday like to spend part of the year in Croatia and I’d like to learn conversational Croatian. I don’t need to be fluent, but I’d like to eventually be able to carry on a conversation. I’ve done Pimsleur’s and I like it, but they only have one level. I like being able to listen to it in my car, but I’m open to other suggestions.

On the flip side, I speak, read and write French at an advanced level, but since I don’t speak it often, my vocabulary and ease of speaking have suffered. Can anyone recommend a good advanced-level French program?

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

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