|Product Name||Conversational Spanish Dialogues: Over 100 Spanish Conversations and Short Stories (Conversational Spanish Dual Language Books)|
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Is conversational Spanish turning a little too tricky for you? Do you have no idea on how to order a meal or book a room at a hotel?
If your answer to any of the previous questions was ‘Yes', then this book is for you!
If there's even been something tougher than learning the grammar rules of a new language, it's finding the way to speak with other people in that tongue. Any student knows this – we can try our best at practicing, but you always want to avoid making embarrassing mistakes or not getting your message through correctly.
‘How do I get out of this situation?' many students ask themselves, to no avail, but no answer is forthcoming.
We have compiled MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED Spanish Stories for Beginners along with their translations, allowing new Spanish speakers to have the necessary tools to begin studying how to set a meeting, rent a car or tell a doctor that they don't feel well! We're not wasting time here with conversations that don't go anywhere: if you want to know how to solve problems (while learning a ton of Spanish along the way, obviously), this book is for you!
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