1000 Spanish Words in Context
- A Self-Study Guide for Spanish Language Learners (Essential Vocabulary Series)
- Narrated by: Michelle Leon
- Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-01-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Richard Forero
Learning a language really takes time and effort. Don't be fooled. Ongoing dedication really will get you through.
You can use this list to build up your knowledge of Spanish words. It is a comprehensive list with examples of the words in English and Spanish to give you a good idea of how to use the word.
I recommend setting yourself achievable targets to make sure you stay on track with your learning. You could aim to learn 10 words (or less if you wish) a day. Five in the morning and five for the afternoon with the evening to check you remember them all. That may sound a lot to learn but consider all the times you have free when you could quickly learn a new verb. For example on the bus, waiting for the bus, on the toilet (when there are very few distractions!), during your lunch break, when you wake up in bed, when eating your breakfast, just before you shower (to practice in the shower), when you are waiting for someone; the list goes on and so do your opportunities to learn.
So don't be overwhelmed by learning a new language. Set yourself small daily goals and time will fly. Before you know it you will find yourself with an extensive vocabulary.
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By Ozla on 06-04-18
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, not for an absolute beginner but for anyone around intermediate level. It's full of useful words and interesting examples. Good for listening to on headphones on walks or to get the Kindle edition and read / listen at the same time. In fact it would be great to get a PDF with the audio purchase.
Would you recommend 1000 Spanish Words in Context to your friends? Why or why not?
Yes, as above
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Any additional comments?
A German version of this series would be good
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By Sheepdog627 on 03-02-16
Se Habla Español, Okay, not really...
My Spanish is rather limited to what I recall from a high school class and to what I use at work (Alto!, Manos arriba!) but with this audio book I am starting to expand that vocabulary.
I would say that for someone with no knowledge of the language this would be a very hard book to follow. If you can speak and understand some Spanish this book can be pretty helpful. I shared it with my daughter, who is in high school Spanish, and she thought it was great.
I rated the "story" a three star because there really isn't a story, but rather "1000 Spanish Words in Context". So while the rating may not exactly be fair, I found this audio book difficult to listen to for very long. That said, I think the pronunciation was excellent and an audio book is a great medium for this content.
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By Amazon Customer on 14-02-17
This is written for a Spanish speaker learning English! Not an English speaker learning Spanish. Completely useless to rattle off a word, phrase or entire sentence in Spanish, THEN give the English. And its going WAY too fast. If it had a free ebook companion, I would have given it a shot. It does not. I am returning this. Paul Noble's books are really meant for audio. I just picked this one to add to my vocabulary.