- Tapa blanda: 240 páginas
- Editor: Barrons Educational Series Inc (1 de marzo de 1997)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0812097432
- ISBN-13: 978-0812097436
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Spanish for Gringos: Level Two (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 mar 1997
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This informal but more advanced sequel to the Level One book is designed for beginning students who are ready to "travel" beyond the fundamentals and gain some fluency in speaking and comprehending Spanish. Each chapter introduces a new verb tense and follows a unique vocabulary theme. The familiar "Gringo" character guides students through new material, making helpful comments and providing support.
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Spanish for Gringos Level Two is a slightly more advanced version of Spanish for Gringos. Both books are published by Barron's Educational Series and focused on teaching Spanish to beginners.
You will find that Spanish for Gringos Level Two provides a fun and informal approach to the material. Chapters are arranged by theme, and you are guided though the material by a character named "Gringo."
This book hits much harder on verb usage than the Level One book, but the material is basic enough not to overwhelm beginners.
You can use this book by itself or as a supplemental material with self-study Spanish course. Either way, it is a good sequel and one I would recommend. I think that anyone who buys this book and uses it regularly should see improvement in her Spanish language skills.
The book itself is more of the same, which is great.
However, the tapes are really BAD in comparison. The original tapes were done by Bill Harvey himself.
I can identify Bill's hand in the writing of the script for the tapes, but they are performed by some elevator music DJ. This guy does not capture Bill's "life" or sense of humor. He also does not pronounce the words as distinctly as Bill does on the first set of tapes. I'm very disappointed in this aspect of the set. I miss Bill on the tapes tremendously.