Spanish Phrases for Beginners: A Foolproof Guide to Everyday Terms Every Traveler Needs to Know (Pocket Guides) (Paperback)
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Learn Español before you step off the plane! This beginner’s book will make using Spanish phrases feel like second nature.
This phrasebook is the perfect traveling companion for trips to Spain or any other Spanish speaking countries. You’ll have everyday terms, popular idioms, conversational phrases, and pronunciation keys when you need them!
Have you always wanted to visit Spain or South America? Now, you have a pocket guide that will help you with the phrases and terms you need to feel comfortable asking for directions, ordering food, or talking about the weather and sports.
Everything a Traveler Needs to Know
Gail Stein, an author of over 27 language books, has compiled Spanish Phrases for Beginners to introduce you to more than basic phrases. The book provides you with information on subtle differences between the peninsula and Latin America Spanish and modern additions such as commonly used social media and internet terms.
This book is a foolproof guide to everything you need to know about common Spanish phrases and basic conversation starters. Visit Spanish speaking countries with confidence and excitement to explore.
Complete the Series
There are more books for beginners to discover in this series from DK Books. Pick up new hobbies and skills such as hand lettering through Hand Lettering for Beginners or learn language phrases through books such as Italian Phrases for Beginners.
About the Author
Gail Stein is the author of over 27 books on foreign languages, including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Learning Spanish, French at a Glance, and The Traveler's Phrase Book. She taught in the New York City public schools for more than 30 years. Gail also assisted in revising the French curriculum for the New York City Board of Education and served as an adjunct professor to St. John's University in its Early Admission Extension Program.