• Spanish Verb Conjugation and Tenses Practice

  • This Book Includes: Spanish Verb Conjugation and Tenses Practice Volume I, II, III, IV, V, and VI
  • By: Authentic Language Books
  • Narrated by: John E. Martinez
  • Length: 43 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Spanish Verb Conjugations and Tenses Practice Volumes I to VI 

If you are looking to learn Spanish in a fast, simple way without entering a classroom then you have chosen the perfect book. Spanish Verb Conjugations and Tenses Practice is a comprehensive and simple program for learning Spanish in fast, simple, and interactive lessons that will help you learn Spanish everywhere and reach native-level fluency in no time.

Learning Spanish can be a daunting experience. Most people start learning a new language in formal classes or try learning apps to learn how to speak in Spanish without any positive results. With this book, you will learn Spanish verb conjugations and tenses through lessons that will help you develop your vocabulary and teach you how to have flawless grammar. Through these book’s lessons, you will learn basic conjugations and how to use verbs in different and useful sentences.

The following book on Spanish verb conjugation and tenses practice will give you the necessary tools for learning a new language in simple and quick lessons. It’s time to begin the adventure of learning Spanish, through simple and quick lessons you can learn everywhere.

Inside, you will learn:

  • How to conjugate regular verbs in the present, past, future, continuous present, and imperfect tense
  • How to conjugate high frequency irregular verbs in the present, past, future, continuous present, and imperfect tense
  • How to make sentences and develop useful vocabulary
  • Quick Spanish - understand vocabulary and interactions and learn correct pronunciation through these simple audio lessons

Get this book now and embrace these simple yet effective language lessons that will have you speaking Spanish like a native in no time!

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Maddeningly repetitive directions

When one establishes a pattern the repetition of the directions may be dropped. I hoped this would happen and skipped through the chapters but it was the same throughout. The repetitive script goes something like this: “Word” means xxx, Yo “xxxxxx” means I “word”. Repeat after me “Yo xxxxxx”. Let’s break it into syllables. Yo xx-xx-xx . One more time, Yo xxxxxx, And one more time, Yo xxxxxxx. El “xxxxxx” means He “word”. Let’s break it into syllables. ........ on and on for every word

If hearing the same English words over, and over, and over, and over, is not bothersome to you then this will be a a great book for you. The narrator speaks clearly. I love that the sentence is given for each conjugation and that the narrator breaks it into syllables. However, he should not need to say “repeat after me, let’s break it into syllables, one more time, and one time” over and over for each word.

Lose all of the English repetition and I will buy the remade edition in a heartbeat. As for this addition, it did not last an hour before I skimmed through to confirm there was no chapter that was not repetitive in the same English directions. Returning posthaste.

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