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Going Native - PDF

Going Native - PDF
Brand: Jane Cronin Media
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Going Native eBook - PDF format - 5.95€

Going Native is about living in Spain, and about learning Spanish, but it's also about much, much more than that. Going Native explains all those little everyday things that happen in Spain that you've never quite understood. It is full of fascinating observations on the way things are done and is overflowing with tips on how to break through the language barrier and start communicating with the people around you.

Written by language teacher Jane Cronin, Going Native gives detailed help with speaking the real language to real people in real situations. It is written in a light-hearted way that will strike a chord with young and old alike, and will give you the confidence you need to become part of the everyday life which surrounds you.

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