Master Mexican Spanish with Learn Mexican Spanish - Word Power 101. This audiobook is a completely new way to learn Mexican Spanish vocabulary fast - and for free! Start speaking Mexican Spanish in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book.
The vocabulary words you'll find in Learn Mexican Spanish - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Mexican Spanish language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Mexican Spanish language. Hear the word to master the pronunciation. Then you'll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Mexican Spanish vocabulary has never been easier!
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I thought I wouldn't need the interactive part but you do. It just reads the spanish to go with the book. Cant just listen in your car. Defeats the purpose in my opinion.
This is a nice review for intermediate speakers. However, it will be confusing if you are just starting out. It doesn't explain the difference between similar words, such as ser and estar, it just uses them in sentences.
Avid reader. Even more avid listener. I enjoy thrillers, sci-fi, fantasy, non-fiction .... just about everything.
Having some actual usable learning would be nice.
Not this book.
There are no characters in this language learning book.
The Spanish pronunciation narrator spoke so fast and so softly that non-native Spanish speakers can't remotely follow.
The course can not be fixed. Poor educational philosophy and weak performances for both English and Spanish speakers.
I could not understand the consonants of the Spanish speaker.
Choose a random English speaker and a random Spanish speaker. They would be better than these two women. I found the English difficult to listen to and English is my primary language! The Spanish speaker apparently never used a microphone before. She trails off at the end of a word or phrase and you don't get the consonants.
I could not believe that someone, somewhere thought this was an appropriate instructional audio on learning Spanish. I wasn't angry, but it was more than disappointment.
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