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Even though languages contain thousands of words and phrases, you can get started by memorizing some of these common sentences and expressions. It's a fun, easy travel guide with simple things people say in everyday situations. You will learn exactly what a Spanish-speaking person would say, so you can consider yourself safe to be taught correctly. Chapters include:

  • Common Questions
  • Conversation Related to Work, Religion, and Hobbies
  • All Kinds of Small Talk
  • Explaining Personal Data
  • Money Matters, the Weather, and Taking Pictures
  • What to Say in Case of an Emergency
  • Asking Directions
  • And much more!

So are you looking for a quick, simple, easy-to-use language guide? Then why not pick up this one and find your way in a foreign country or get some of the basics down with these short sentences?

©2016 Raoul Gomez (P)2016 Raoul Gomez

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Several pro' classes over decades show BAD!<br />

Five decades of professional instruction in the Spanish language give me (along with the personal encounters of primary- Spanish speakers here on the Mexican border, in Mexico, and in Spain) an insight into how BAD this work is! There is a pronunciation difference between "esta" and "está" unbeknownst to the narrator. The word "tranquilo" in Spanish is not pronounced tranQWEElo as though there were a dieresis. HORRIBLE!! pronunciation. Even phrases are suspect... DO NOT GET THIS PRODUCT!