Learn Spanish - Level 2: Absolute Beginner Spanish, Volume 2: Lessons 1-25
- Absolute Beginner Spanish #49
- Narrated by: SpanishPod101.com
- Series: Absolute Beginner Spanish, Book 49
- Length: 4 hrs and 41 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-12-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: Innovative Language Learning, LLC
Why are the audio lessons so effective?
Short and to the point - 25 eight-minute lessons make them the perfect length
Syllable-by-syllable breakdown of each word and phrase, so that you can say every word and phrase instantly
Repeat after the professional teacher section, so that you can practice proper pronunciation
Quick cultural tips in each lesson will help you navigate your way even better
Above all, fun and relaxed approach to grasping a lot of information quickly and easily
Effortlessly learn from a bi-lingual and bi-cultural host as they guide you through pitfalls and pleasures of Spanish culture and Spanish
You see, unlike other audio books, we actually teach Spanish and Spanish culture.
With each lesson, you will master a target phrase and key vocabulary. This is a complete lesson taught by a professional, bi-lingual teacher! Listen to the preview now!
This is NOT a vocabulary audiobook with just words and their translations.
These 25 short and effective audio lessons will allow you to:
Speak Spanish within minutes of your first lesson
Understand culture, customs, and the Spanish people
Order the food you want in restaurants
Travel in taxis, trains, buses and cars with confidence
Master manners, etiquette, and customs
Surprise phrases and tips that will leave your guests wondering where you learned them
This audiobook comes with downloadable lesson notes totaling over 100+ pages.
Start speaking Spanish now!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Jose on 13-06-15
The worst language book
Would you try another book from Innovative Language Learning and/or Natalia Araya and Carlos Acevedo ?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Natalia Araya and Carlos Acevedo ?
Anyone who can speak English without an accent
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Any additional comments?
The most useless language book since, "Learn how to speak Spanish, was translated into Spanish"It starts off, with the narrator speaking so fast I could not get a word. Then having a second person explain the context by going to high school renditions of Past Perfect, Conjugations, past participles etc. while lapsing into Spanish, while explaining past perfect as it relates to conjugation in temporal space. Do the people who put this together think that people are so mentally nimble that they can go back to the original rules of English sentence structure, while remembering the different tenses and definitions of proper language structure, WHILE learning new words (that are defined long after the chatter), and putting them into a sentence with TWO people talking?! Really, if you are that smart you should already know the world languages .It was like trying to learn how to cook while Stephen Hawkin was talking over the cooking instructions and explaining how heat of the stove effects the atomic structure of protein matter. If you can get this linguistical gibberish you are so smart, you probably already know how to speak Spanish and a number of other languages and you probably just don't realize it yet-So habla spanol to you but I gots to find another book!!P.S. for the educational geniuses who put this language book together, STAY AWAY FROM PUBLIC SCHOOLS. They have enough problems.
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