Outreach Spanish

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Barron's Educational Series, 2010 - Foreign Language Study - 322 pages
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English-speaking social workers, clergymen, healthcare workers, and others who need to learn basic conversational skills in performing social services for Spanish speakers will appreciate this entirely practical, user-friendly approach to language learning. Author William Harvey bypasses the rules of Spanish grammar, concentrating instead on vocabulary and pronunciation, commonly-used words and phrases, and just enough Spanish to allow workers to ask questions, understand the replies, and offer advice. The book also presents a bilingual Spanish-English glossary, a list of shortcuts to effective communication, and a list of regular and irregular verbs.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER TWOIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
25
CHAPTER THREEWITHIN THE COMMUNITY
59
CHAPTER FOURALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY
90
CHAPTER FIVETO OTHER COUNTRIES
132
CHAPTER SIXWITH THE CHILDREN
176
CHAPTER SEVENONE ON ONE
202
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About the author (2010)

Author and teacher Bill Harvey has been helping students of all ages learn Spanish for over 30 years. His shortcuts, tips, and secrets to studying Spanish are specifically designed for anyone interested in learning how to communicate, instead of struggling through traditional classroom instruction. You can find out more about Bill simply by searching William C. Harvey, MS, on the internet.

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