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    Sorry if this is the wrong place for this.

    I've decided I want to try and learn german. I have made a good start with the basics I know from early secondary school, a very good app and my nearly fluent other half.

    However I feel I could do more and make better use of my 40 min drive to and from work. What I was wondering is can anyone recommend a good audio book that I could download and listen to when driving. Starting out with the basics but progressing to something a bit more complicated.

    Free would be preferable but willing to spend a small amount of money if it's the right book

    Thanks guys
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