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Nice little book set for Spanish learning.

LEARN SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS ¡Speak Like a Spanish! 6 BOOKS IN 1Includes Lessons, Review Stories, Phrases and Dialogues how to Speak in Real-Life. Fun ad Easy Learning With Grammar and Exercises

Do you want to learn this beautiful language with a revolutionary and innovative method?Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn Spanish, but you thought that it needed too much time and it was too complicated.Keep reading…
Did you know that there are more than 53 million Spanish Speakers in the United States?It means that about 16% of the people living in the US speak Spanish. 41 milion are native speakers and 12 million learned to speak Spanish.

In this course you will learn how to separate your English mind from your Spanish mind. You will learn why trying to translate between the two languages is not a successful method to learn a new language.You will learn the correct grammatical rules, of course, but in a natural way. The right sounds and pronunciation will come easily without spending hours and hours, forcing yourself on old overdone study methods; Your brain has to start to think differently; it has to follow different paths.
Inside this book, you will find :
  • Over 20 hours of authentic Latin American Spanish audio lessons
  • More than 50 Spanish stories and conversation
  • Tips and methods to develop your “Spanish thinking” mind
  • English translation for stories and conversations to help you understand the process
  • More than 100 exercises that will help you to test your progress
  • Spanish grammar structures with increasingly difficult level
  • Only native speakers as narrators (Audible Version)
  • More than 2000 new words in context and typical sentences
  • And much more!
Are you ready to ¡Speak like a Spanish! and overcome your fears?
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Muchas gracias!
Thanks aclondon
Perfecto!
thank you
Speak like a Spanish!!! Speak like a Spanard?
Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in actual Spanish as well as the pronunciation of certain letters. 'll' for example is pronounced 'y' in Spanish but 'j' in Latin American Spanish. In Spanish, the verb 'coger' means to take as in 'take the train'. In the majority of Latin American countries it refers to having sexual relations in a very informal and almost vulgar tone. Likewise, chaqueta (suit jacket) means masturbation in Central America.
Master.G06/02/2020 12:06

Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in …Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in actual Spanish as well as the pronunciation of certain letters. 'll' for example is pronounced 'y' in Spanish but 'j' in Latin American Spanish. In Spanish, the verb 'coger' means to take as in 'take the train'. In the majority of Latin American countries it refers to having sexual relations in a very informal and almost vulgar tone. Likewise, chaqueta (suit jacket) means masturbation in Central America.


LOL I will keep that in mind in Mexico when I'm catching the train..... Ha ha
¿Qué?
No hablo Ingles.
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SPANISH LANGUAGE FOR BEGINNERS
Master.G06/02/2020 12:06

Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in …Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in actual Spanish as well as the pronunciation of certain letters. 'll' for example is pronounced 'y' in Spanish but 'j' in Latin American Spanish. In Spanish, the verb 'coger' means to take as in 'take the train'. In the majority of Latin American countries it refers to having sexual relations in a very informal and almost vulgar tone. Likewise, chaqueta (suit jacket) means masturbation in Central America.

Merci.
Master.G06/02/2020 12:06

Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in …Shame it's Latin American Spanish. Quite a few words are different in actual Spanish as well as the pronunciation of certain letters. 'll' for example is pronounced 'y' in Spanish but 'j' in Latin American Spanish. In Spanish, the verb 'coger' means to take as in 'take the train'. In the majority of Latin American countries it refers to having sexual relations in a very informal and almost vulgar tone. Likewise, chaqueta (suit jacket) means masturbation in Central America.


Toma, coge mi chaqueta
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