I note that the suggestion is to listen to the audio first, then read the transcript. I've found though, that reading along with the audio helps to understand the context note which words are unknown. Then, going back and reading the text again while taking advantage of the pop-up translations seems more "educational". On the next read-along, all of the words make more sense.
Of course to really take advantage of this brilliant program, we must read the text aloud paying close attention to the pronunciation.
Reading A1, Monuments, Tourism & Vacations, Listening or Seeing A1
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