Finally, a cutting-edge audio Spanish program that actually teaches you how to speak the language of love in Spanish. Learn how to say you love someone, ask someone out for a date, flirt, and even break up and start over again.
©2013 Mark Frobose (P)2012 Mark Frobose
Fun, Informative, Useful
I don't know of any other books exactly like this one.
A couple of his other foreign language audio titles. This one focuses specifically on love and relationships and is very practical in that regard.
Yes, and I did.
Spanish for Love and Dating is a Great Program! - So Good You Have to Be Careful.
This unique program is so good that I think the author should place the following at the beginning of it:
WARNING: Learning the material in this audio program might result in an intentional (or unintentional) romantic relationship with someone of the Spanish-speaking persuasion.
All kidding aside, whether you’re a friend, a flirt, or a wanna-be lover, this program teaches you the vocabulary of relationships, from dancing, dating, and disagreeing to breaking up and getting back together. You’ll even learn how to say ‘divorce’ (sorry, it’s not a how-to manual, though). There is nothing in this audio program that is crude or inappropriate; just words and phrases that express desire, tenderness, and affection.
Pros: “Spanish for Love and Dating” gives you everything you need to know to communicate your thoughts and feelings – to family, to friends, and/or to that guy or girl that catches your eye at a party, at work, or at school. You’ll learn to flirt a little bit, to offer a drink, and to ask someone if he or she would like to go out with you. (Uh-oh, better watch out!)
Cons: Same as the Pros. The program itself is flawless. But love is love so be careful with your tender heart.
You’ve been warned! Learn the words and phrases in “Spanish for Love and Romance” and you just might get a date. (I wonder if this audio program comes with a "dating" guarantee.)
I really like the SPANISH FOR LOVE & DATING audio. I wish it was more lengthy. The last phrase was my favorite; 'y que Dios bendiga'.
I enjoy the Frobose series in general. but this one seemed far too short... possibly they will make a part dos.. Repetition is the key.
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