LEVEL ONE – SURVIVAL SPANISH
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This course provides the perfect start to learning the Spanish language as it is spoken in everyday life. Starting with greetings, alphabet, pronunciation rules and numbers, the course goes on to cover a whole variety of basic phrases which are useful in a range of day-to-day situations in Spain.
The audio file contains the repetition of all written phrases by a native Spanish speaker.
Having something to eat or drink
In the street market
At the post office. Use of “a” and “the”
Pronunciation of syllables
Days and months
Bills and banks
Filling in forms
Parts of the body. At the chemist
Telling the time
At the garage
At the hairdresser’s
Exclamations and weather
So – now what should I do?
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