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--
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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CHAPTER TWOIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
CHAPTER THREEWITHIN THE COMMUNITY
CHAPTER FOURALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY
CHAPTER FIVETO OTHER COUNTRIES
CHAPTER SIXWITH THE CHILDREN
CHAPTER SEVENONE ON ONE
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