The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Spanish Phrases

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Penguin, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 244 pages
Speak like a native in no time.

Fully revised and updated, The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Spanish Phrases, Third Edition, offers the everyday terms travelers need to know, whether they're on business or holiday in a Spanish-speaking country. From cooking and dating to banking and shopping, a master linguist delivers witty tips, easy-to-follow grammar lessons, and comprehensive bilingual glossaries for both beginner and advanced speakers.
 

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Contents

A Plan of Action
1
Grammar 123
9
All About You
27
Navigating the Airport
43
Getting to Your Destination
51
A Hospitable Hotel
67
Its a Beautiful Morning
77
Sightseeing
87
How to Be a Social Butterfly
133
Personal Services
145
Is There a Doctor on Call?
159
Business as Usual
177
Appendix A Verb Charts
187
Appendix B SpanishEnglish Dictionary
195
EnglishSpanish Dictionary
211
Index
233

The Shopping Experience
95
Food for Thought
107

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About the author (2006)

Gail Stein is the author of over 27 books on foreign languages, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning Spanish, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning French, French at a Glance, and The Traveler's Phrase Book.

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