Master Spain Spanish with Learn Spanish - Word Power 101. This audiobook is a completely new way to learn Spain Spanish vocabulary fast - and for free! Start speaking Spain Spanish in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this audiobook.
The vocabulary words you'll find in Learn Spanish - Word Power 101 were hand selected by our Spain Spanish language teachers as the top 101 most frequently used words in the Spain 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 Spain Spanish vocabulary has never been easier!
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Like my headline says, it's just a a bunch of Words Spoken with no definition or explanation. Waste of time to even download.
It says the words in Spanish, but not what they are in English or any other language. I now know "serpenta"I'm going to guess it means snake but who knows seeing as it said animals and then started listing the whole zoo.
Excellent place to start and really develop a love for new language you CAN do it, this is a great beginners guide to so many common words AND common sentences you begin to make connections in the grammar and language almost immediately I wish the book have the ability to touch the word and hear it spoken in here the definition in Spanish and English otherwise loved it!
Translating the words in English
if it was better
Luckily I know some Spanish so most of the vocab I knew but it wasn't helpful because it wasn't giving me a translation of the vocab in English
This is a great resource for individuals who are learning Spanish for the first time. It was boring to me since I already knew most of the words. I also listen to books on tape while I run and this book on tape has adjunct visual lessons, which I obviously was not able to view while running. But if you are a beginner who is willing to sit and listen, it should be a great way to build vocabulary but not necessarily a wonderful way to learn how to put together sentences. The narrators simply repeat a variety of vocabulary words according to category (e.g. body, food, animal).
This was way better than there spam they advertised as audio lessons. This had an actual vocab list with images you can print out as flash cards as vocab just like it says. It comes with 3 sentences to use the word in as well.The audio portion only gives the spanish way of saying the words (not the sentances).It is hard to keep up with.
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