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Read & Think Spanish, Premium Third Edition
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. In this audio package, you will find more than intriguing articles written in Spanish about the enchanting diversity of Latino culture—from Spain's Andres Segovia to Peru's ancient fishing techniques to El Dia de los Muertos in Mexico and the United States. Within each article new vocabulary is presented in boldface, with their translations in the margins. This allows you to learn the meaning of any unfamiliar words immediately. On the minute audio CD, native speakers read aloud many of the articles contained in the book, so you will not only see how the language is written but also hear how it sounds in conversation.
There are currently three editions of the magazines for students of French , Spanish , and Italian all of which are offered for annual subscription, for 12 monthly installments, as downloadable PDF documents. The magazines are approximately 25 pages in length. Downloadable MP3 audio recordings of the articles are included in the monthly installments approximately 60 minutes in length. The magazines are designed to assist adult students expand their familiarity with the art, geography, history, food, and culture of the countries were these languages predominate and, in so doing, with the related vocabulary. A partial glossary is included within the articles to assist the students with items of vocabulary that are likely beyond the more general vocabulary acquired in most language courses.
Build a rich Spanish vocabulary without the burden of boring repetition or tedious memorization with Read & Think Spanish. On the minute audio CD, native speakers read aloud many of the articles contained in the book, so you will not only see how the language is written but.
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