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You're no idiot, of course. Neither is the team of memory and linguistics experts who have designed the world's most effective foreign language self-study course. International travelers, students, and business people can now learn to converse in a new language in less than half the time they expect.

The Complete Idiot's Guide language audio programs are guaranteed to work for beginners, as a refresher course, and even with those who have been frustrated in other attempts to learn a foreign language. You can start learning today.

Make the most of your language lesson with this pdf of Spanish vocabulary words and dialogues.
©2004 Oasis Audio LLC

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  • Eunice
  • Palm Desert, CA, USA
  • 12-20-04

Not much bang for the buck

Its affiliation with the "Idiots Guide" series is misleading... Not the comprehensible Spanish language program that I expected. This audiobook consists of typical phrases used by the business traveller - with basics such as numbers and telling time sprinkled in between. Nothing special, not much bang for the buck in my opinion.

20 of 21 people found this review helpful

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  • Mike
  • St Augustine, FL, USA
  • 12-16-04

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Spanish, Level 1

With the title of Complete Idiot's Guide I was expecting more (or any)explanations of the Spanish language. More like the For Dummies books. Things like is it based on Latin? How does it compare to english? Are there easy shortcuts knowing english you use in spanish? What is the origin of the spanish language? How about a list of words that are similar in both languages.

Nada, nothing, it just goes right in to Lolita is at the airport, may I see your passport? I was very disatisfied with the audio book.

29 of 33 people found this review helpful