Spanish For Dummies

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Wiley, Dec 15, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 432 pages
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Spanish For Dummies is the fun and easy way to learn Spanish quickly and painlessly! Written by the experts at the renowned Berlitz school, this hands-on resource shows you the ins and outs of the Spanish language and culture, acting as both a guidebook and a reference. Soon you will have all the tools you need to:
  • Master the nuts and bolts of grammar
  • Greet others and introduce yourself
  • Get to know people with small talk
  • Order in restaurants
  • Shop anywhere
  • Go out on the town
  • Enjoy yourself with local recreation
  • Have a conversation on the phone
  • Work in an office and around the house
  • Ask for directions
  • Check in and out of a hotel
  • Use transportation
  • Call for help in an emergency

This guide features ways to start speaking Spanish quickly, as well as common expressions, important holidays, and phrases that’ll make you sound fluent. Complete with an audio CD that allows you to hear actual Spanish conversations by native Spanish speakers, Spanish for Dummies is the ultimate guide for speaking Spanish quick and easy!

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

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I purchased the book for my son. It has helped bring his grade in spanish class up and I would recommend it to anyone. I know you can find the book in just about any good bookstore but why bother ... Read full review

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Contents

You Already Know a Little Spanish
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You Already Know Some Spanish
10
Recognize some crossover influence
11
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About the author (1999)

Wald is a writer and a simultaneous and literary translator in Hungarian, Spanish, English, and French. She has been a teacher in Chile and Canada. She is also an artist and has had her work shown in many countries in North, Central, and South America and in Europe.

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