Read And Think Spanish (Book): The Editors of Think Spanish Magazine

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McGraw-Hill Education, Sep 6, 2005 - Foreign Language Study - 206 pages
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Discover the fun and easy way to learn Spanish!

Read & Think Spanish is your ticket to building a rich Spanish vocabulary. Inside are more than 100 articles written in Spanish about the enchanting diversity of Latino culture--from Spain's rowdy La Tomatina festival and Argentina's passionate tango tradition to Celia Cruz, Cuba's beloved salsa singer.

Each article presents new vocabulary in boldface within the article; in the margins, you will find their translations. You don't have to flip to the back of the book or a dictionary--you know right away any words unfamiliar to you. As you are reading and enjoying these articles, you are learning new Spanish vocabulary without even knowing it!

Inside you will find:

  • 117 articles that cover topics such as places, famous people, music, food, and more
  • Easy-to-read sidebars with new vocabulary and the English translations
  • End-of-chapter questions with an answer key in the back, so you can review and reinforce what you have learned

Take the ho-hum out of learning Spanish and discover an innovative language program that will keep you entertained along your way to Spanish proficiency!

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Review: Read and Think Spanish w/Audio CD

User Review  - janet - Goodreads

This was incredibly useful for Spanish study because each of the readings had a facing glossary. Also, it offered a lot of valuable information about Latin American geography and culture. I was ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

The editors of Think Spanish! magazine are experts in the Spanish language and culture. Native Spanish speakers from all over the world, many of the editors and writers also teach the language to secondary and post-secondary students.

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