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  • Learn Spanish for Beginners in Your Car Like Crazy. Language Learning Lessons for Travel and Everyday. How to Speak Spanish with Dialogues, Dictionary, Vocabulary and Conversations.
  • By: Language Learning School
  • Narrated by: Joana Garcia
  • Length: 6 hrs and 50 mins
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Learn Spanish Grammar now!

Learn how to speak and understand the Spanish language with this book today! 

This is your fastest and easiest way to perfect the essential grammar of Spanish.

Today, it only takes uno, dos, tres to learn the Spanish language!

This Spanish grammar book will offer every reader a solid beginning featured with the combination of the fast-reference virtues of a phrase book and the learning tools of a full-fledged language course!

Developed for beginners and intermediate learners out there, our Spanish grammar book is more than just a grammar guide.

It utilizes communication and grammar exercises to help students like you to express yourself in Spanish with assurance.

Completely edited and updated for today’s use, here’s what Spanish Grammar offers you:

  • Alphabet and pronunciation
  • Pronouns
  • Basic vocabulary
  • Tips for pronunciation
  • How to read in Spanish
  • Accent and accentuation of words (acento y acentuacion de palabras)
  • Accentuation rules (reglas de accentuacion)
  • Tips for learning new language (immersions for learning)
  • Articles
  • Numbers
  • Time
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Nouns
  • Adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Asic verbs
  • Ser y estar
  • Tener
  • Haber
  • Conjugation of verbs
  • Indicative mood
  • Subjunctive mood (uses)
  • Imperative mood
  • Conditional
  • Future mood
  • Verbs rules
  • A little test
  • Practice to speak Spanish (many phrases)
  • Double your vocabulary and have several hundred structures to draw upon

Start learning Spanish grammar with this book! It will offer you a concise and clear step-by-step grammar guide.

Ideal for all beginner and second-level students and other individuals who want to study and master the Spanish language.

This book covers grammar examples, exercises, and simple-to-understand explanations of key grammar concepts that are followed by a series of skill-building examples.

If you are ready....

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I am a teacher and this not a teaching audiobook whatsoever. she just repeats long sentences in Spanish. No repetition or practice.

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  • Christopher Strickland
  • 08-04-20

A new section of my life that helped

One thing that I really agreed with was that you tend to "drown in a sea of vocabulary you don't understand," which is a very true case when you try out children's books.