Provides an introduction to Spanish using everyday dialogue and conversation interspersed with notes explaining points of usage, accent, grammar, idiom, or vocabulary without formal structured lessons.
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NAMES OF PLACES AND THINGS
IN AN OFFICE
AT A UNIVERSITY
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Acapulco accent adjective ah lahs AH-bla ah-KEE ah-SAIR Ah-SEE AHL-go ahl-YEE b'yen back change CHARLES BERLITZ conditional conjugation correct answer DEE-say DOHN-day dohs Don't bother doubt EL-ya EL-yohs ending English ess mwee Ess oon ess-pahn-YOHL ess-TA example feminine first following forms frequently friends give going good GRA-s'yahs group happened imperfect infinitive INSTANT CONVERSATION K'yen KA-sa know KO-mo kohm-PRAR kohn KWAN-doh last learn literally live lohs mahs make masculine meaning means mees MOO-cho mwee name noun nouns NWAY-va object OH-cho OO-na OO-nohs oo-STED PA-ra pa-SA-doh PAIR-ro past participle PAY-ro people plural pronouns PWAY-day read reflexive remember right same says Score 10 points See answers seen sen-YOR SO-bray sohn Spain speak speaking Step subjunctive syllable tahm-B'YEN take taxi TEST YOUR SPANISH Thank thing think three time TOH-doh translated TYAY-nay used VAIR-bohs verb verbs want word words write