The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Spanish Phrases

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Penguin, 2002 - Foreign Language Study - 260 pages
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This second edition is fully updated and revised to deliver more than just a dictionary.

Helps make understanding Spanish grammar easier, and teaches how to pronounce even the toughest words properly.
 

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Contents

A Plan of Action
5
Grammar 123
11
Verbs 123
27
Idioms 123
43
All About You
55
Navigating the Airport
69
Getting to Your Destination
77
A Hospitable Hotel
93
Food for Thought
131
How to Be a Social Butterfly
155
Personal Services
165
Is There a Doctor on Call?
179
Business as Usual
195
Verb Charts
205
SpanishEnglish Dictionary
213
EnglishSpanish Dictionary
227

Its a Beautiful Morning
105
Sightseeing
113
The Shopping Experience
121

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About the author (2002)

Gail Stein is a dedicated language instructor who has taught in New York City public schools for more than 30 years. She has written numerous books on language self-instruction.

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