• Easy Spanish Phrase Book (New Edition)

  • Over 700 Phrases for Everyday Use
  • By: Dr. Pablo Garcia Loaeza
  • Narrated by: Carrie Burgess
  • Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learning the basics of Spanish can be fast and easy. This audiobook includes words and sentences about eating, shopping, and more. You will learn over 700 expressions that will help you ask for directions, find a restaurant, or talk to a doctor. You'll also learn how to pronounce each phrase by listening to a fluent Spanish speaker. It's great for visitors to Spain and Latin America!

©2013, 2010 Dover Publications, Pablo Garcia Loaeza, Ph.D. (P)2019 Echo Point Books & Media, LLC

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Not Interactive..

Most foreign language tutorials allow time and space in between learning words, or phrases. This audio book does not. Teaching a language is meant to feel like a reciprocal experience, but the narrator rushes through as if attempting at teaching is more of a task or chore to get over with. What a shame, and wasted approach. Did the author, Dr. Garcia Loaeza intend it to be so poorly disseminated in this way? Teaching a language should certainly be performed with more integrity. How do you capture attention of your audience, when there is no room for the learner to soak in the language? It is one thing to hold knowledge. It is an entirely different thing to be able to convey, and teach, and this is where this audio book is sorely lacking.

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