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  • Spanish Verb Drills Mega Bundle

  • Spanish Verbs Conjugation - with No Memorization!
  • By: Lucia Bodas
  • Narrated by: Lucia Bodas
  • Length: 14 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 91
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 89
  • Story
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Master the Spanish verb AMAR , TEMER, PARTIR, SER, ESTAR, DORMIR, IR, PEDIR, PODER, HABER, TENER, JUGAR ---with no memorization! Learn the different conjugations of the highly useful verb AMAR, TEMER, PARTIR, SER, ESTAR, DORMIR, IR, PEDIR, PODER, HABER, TENER, JUGAR without memorizing anything. Using repetition exercises designed to build your reflexes, the drills will help you develop an instinct to select the correct verb form naturally, with no more hesitations. Pronounce Spanish verbs the right way! The drills are narrated by a Spanish speaker and guaranteed to help you learn and practice correct pronunciation---as it is spoken today. 

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Amazing Spanish refresher

  • By Sierra on 02-17-17

Excellent tool for aspiring Spanish speakers

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Reviewed: 04-12-17

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For those who are at least somewhat familiar with the language, this book is an excellent way to practice and differentiate the many forms of Spanish verbs. The instructor’s voice is clear, whether she is speaking slowly so that the listener may understand, or quickly as native Spanish speakers would. Her drills – both in the order she recites the verbs with the pronouns and in random order – are helpful so the listener is sure that they are not simply memorizing the words in order but actually learning the material. The translation of the verb being used is also helpful, and she also states whether or not the verb being used can be used for other -ar, -er, or -ir verbs, while hitting the most necessary irregular verbs. The only thing I was surprised to not hear was at least a quick translation of the pronouns; however, I suppose that this book is geared more towards those who are actively learning Spanish, and would know the pronouns already. It also may have been helpful to at least touch upon the uses of each verb form in English. It has been a long time since I have spoken Spanish, and I could not accurately remember exactly how each verb form is used. However, after spending time with this audiobook, I am pleasantly confident in conjugating Spanish verbs.

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