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A to Z of Spanish

A to Z of Spanish
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The A to Z of Spanish e-book brings together a series of articles based around the Spanish alphabet.  In each chapter we explore the correct pronunciation of the individual letter, useful words and expressions that start with that letter and typical errors made by English speakers by confusing English and Spanish words that seem to be similar.  Each chapter ends with a common proverb or everyday saying, also starting with the relevant letter.  The result is a book that is treasure trove of useful information about the Spanish language which is easy to follow and remember.  

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