Based on the hugely popular Survival Spanish group course, which has started thousands of people on the path to learn a new language, this audio CD is a must for new learners to the language, as well as those of advanced levels to help iron out some of the most common issues in pronunciation.
Accompanied by the soothing sounds of nature, Jane takes you from the basics through a multitude of everyday phrases to help you integrate into the Spanish way of life.
Dealing with some of the most common and popular situations, each phrase is pronounced first in English, then in Spanish by a native Spanish speaker showing you how you will actually hear the phrases in real life.
With this audio course you get to listen and learn the correct way to speak, and also tune your hearing to recognise the Spanish language as it is really spoken.
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