Finally! An audio language program that quickly and easily teaches you to speak and understand the practical Spanish you need to successfully travel and eat out with ease. Within minutes, Spanish for Travel and Eating Out will quickly teach you how to identify and order a variety of food in any Spanish speaking restaurant, and even express your likes and dislikes to native Spanish speakers.
You'll learn to effortlessly go shopping and transact business in Spanish. Ordering food, wine, beer, water, and refreshments is a breeze with this fabulous program. You'll quickly learn to tell people in Spanish what you need, that you're hungry or thirsty, ask for directions, buy tickets, pay the restaurant bill, reserve a table or a hotel room and much, much more!
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Of course. The more you listen the better, and more confident, you become.
If You Go Hungry, Get Lost, or Can’t Find the Bathroom in a Spanish Speaking Country after Listening to this Travel & Eat Audio Program, It’s Your Own Fault!!
From your Passport to your Tacos, it’s all here: airports, hotels, cars, coffee, tea, milk, juice, beer, wine, burritos, and beef. That’s the short list. This is a five and a half hour crash course that teaches you how to eat well, travel smart, drink merrily, and improve your Spanish all at the same time.
You learn enough ask directions, and to communicate with waiters and waitresses, cooks and customs agents. The Spanish speakers on the audio say everything slowly enough so that you can understand and repeat. They also say it again at normal talking speed. It doesn’t just teach isolated words. It teaches you how to use those words to make full sentences so that you can understand, speak, and get what you order instead of just point, gesture, and hope for the best.
This Spanish for Travel and Eating Out audio program will get you through the airport and to the hotel, beach, and restaurant easier than you will expect. Learning the material on it before you go will help you get a better ‘taste’ of the culture while you are there - literally!
The premise is good, but I need to know more than offered here when I'm in a restaurant. Maddeningly, a small collection of words and phrases (such as "cold water" or "American beer") are repeated over and over again. I know repetition is key to learning, but this was mind-numbing. I got through half of the book--and that was a masochistic achievement. Sorry, but looking elsewhere for something that offers a broader vocabulary. Oh, and the "travel" part? "Airport" and "bus" are mentioned, I think, but little else. How about "turn left" or "straight through three traffic lights"? No, not there.
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