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Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 1

Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 1
Brand: Jane Cronin Media
Product Code: SS1
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Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 1 - DVD - 8,00 Euros

If you want to learn Spanish the traditional way SPANISH AS IT IS SPOKEN is probably not for you!! Right from the beginning you'll be told how to say the things you REALLY need, how to buy a drink and something to eat, how to shop in the market, how to pronounce your address, how to cope with money and numbers and a hundred and one other day-to-day situations. In other words, you will find the essential information you need to get by in Spain, whether you are here on holiday or are living here permanently.
Lessons are presented in a simple and memorable way, always keeping to essentials and providing plenty of opportunity for repetition and practice.
SPANISH AS IT IS SPOKEN Also includes masses of practical advice about how to go about your everyday activities, how to greet your Spanish neighbours and how to be prepared for the unexpected.
All this and more, because SPANISH AS IT IS SPOKEN is presented against a backdrop of beautiful scenery and typical sights filmed on the Costa Blanca.

Sections:

  1. Saying Hello
  2. Three simple questions
  3. Numbers from 1 to 20
  4. Numbers from 21 to 100
  5. In a bar or restaurant
  6. In the market
  7. Bits and bobs
  8. Days, months, times
  9. Making yourself understood
  10. Saying goodbye

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