Outreach Spanish

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Barron's Educational Series, 2010 - Foreign Language Study - 322 pages
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English-speaking social workers, immigration officers, healthcare workers, and others who need to learn basic conversational skills in performing social services for Spanish speakers will appreciate this user-friendly approach to language learning. Author William Harvey bypasses grammar rules and concentrates instead on practical communication. The emphasis is on--
  • Vocabulary
  • Pronunciation
  • Commonly-used words and phrases
  • And just enough Spanish to guide in you asking questions, understanding the replies, and offering advice
    You'll also find a handy bilingual Spanish-English glossary, a list of shortcuts to effective communication, crosswords and find-the-word puzzles, and a list of regular and irregular Spanish verbs with their English equivalents. Here's a practical and easy way to get started in Spanish.

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    Contents

    CHAPTER TWOIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
    25
    CHAPTER THREEWITHIN THE COMMUNITY
    59
    CHAPTER FOURALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY
    90
    CHAPTER FIVETO OTHER COUNTRIES
    132
    CHAPTER SIXWITH THE CHILDREN
    176
    CHAPTER SEVENONE ON ONE
    202
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    About the author (2010)

    William C. Harvey is the author of several books and language tools available from Barron's, including " Spanish for Gringos.".

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