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Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 2

Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 2
Brand: Jane Cronin Media
Product Code: SS2
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Spanish as it is Spoken Volume 2 - DVD - 8,00 Euros

Spanish as it is Spoken Part Two by Jane Cronin provides the perfect follow on from Part One of the same series. Building on the introductory language learnt in Part One, the viewer is taken through a range of new essential Spanish phrases vital for many everyday situations experienced by English speaking
people living in or visiting Spain.

Spanish as it is Spoken Part Two is divided into six sections, five of which consist of short classroom teaching sequences followed by scenes filmed on location. In this way, viewers can first learn how to use and pronounce the phrases and then watch how students John and Sue put them into practice in humorous situations. A further section, dealing with how to fill in forms in Spanish, is explained by Jane directly to the viewer in order to provide maximum clarity and guidance.
Spanish as it is Spoken DVD 2

 

Sections:

  1. Money matters
  2. More essential phrases
  3. Feeling ill
  4. Filling in forms
  5. Eating out
  6. Finding your way

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