Spanish Among Amigos Phrasebook

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 13, 2010 - Foreign Language Study - 224 pages
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Shake it up in Spanish with a little help from your friends

Looking to break the ice in Barcelona? Flirt in Fajardo? If you want to connect with Spanish speakers, then get in on the conversation with your instant amigas, Pepa and Pili, and experience the real-world rhythm of everyday Spanish. Join the party and learn hundreds of expressions with their formal, informal, and “downtown” variations including tips on how and when to use them.

So, if you want to mingle in Madrid, then you'll want to know how to say...
¿Eres de Madrid? Are you from Madrid?
¿Estudias o trabajas? Are you studying or working?
¿Te importa si me siento aquí? Do you mind if I sit here?
¿Estás libre esta tarde? Are you free this afternoon?

 

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This book is amazing !!
Its easy to follow and takes it further then the class room.
A must have if your learnig Spanish and its fun too!
Thanks Nuria I think youre great!

Contents

1 Meeting and Greeting
2
2 Same Time Same Place?
12
3 Breaking the Ice
22
4 Asking for Help or Info
32
5 Likes and Dislikes
42
6 Wishing and Wanting
52
7 Offering Help and Advice
62
8 Speaking Your Mind
72
10 Relaying News and Gossip
92
11 Saying How You Feel
102
12 Special Occasions
112
Grammar Bank
123
Word Bank
151
Common Idioms and Expressions
183
Answer Key
187
Copyright

9 Giving Descriptions
82

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About the author (2010)

Nuria Agulló works as a writer, teacher, and translator in Madrid.

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