Learning Spanish has never been so easy, or so much fun! Especially designed to help you understand daily conversation on a wide variety of subjects, Speak to Me is so effortless and enjoyable it's like practicing with friends. Each edition introduces new vocabulary and phrases to help you become fluent fast, and will help learners of both Spanish and English because of its unique format!
Listen as our talented narrators read each chapter three times, giving you time to effortlessly absorb each word: first in English, next in both Spanish and English, and finally completely in Spanish. Written in magazine format, the wide variety of subjects covered will keep you engaged as you learn vocabulary and phrases taken from everyday life.
Relax, listen and learn with your friends from Speak to Me, the bilingual audio magazine for language learners!
Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
What made the experience of listening to Speak to Me. A Fun Spanish/English Audio Magazine for Language Learners. the most enjoyable?
English is spoken first then Spanish. PDF reading files are available for free at the publisher's website. When the Spanish is spoken, it's actually slow enough to learn or remember the word, if a person already has some vocabulary and grammar knowledge. The story topics are interesting enough to avoid boredom, but the emphasis is on learning.
What other book might you compare Speak to Me. A Fun Spanish/English Audio Magazine for Language Learners. to and why?
It's around the A1 level Spanish books. Maybe even easier.
Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This was the second Speak to Me book I've listened to. Both books were at the same level.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Spanish Spoken Slow Enough to Learn
Any additional comments?
It's a good step up for advanced beginners trying to become intermediate conversationalists. I am listening/reading the Speak to Me Books before listening/reading more A1 books. I listened to an A2 book, and it was a struggle.
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