Authors: Crisanto D. Toledo, Angelo O. Pesirla, Darwin M. Goron, Melvin T. Rio, Melchor T. Rio
iAprendimos Español! Will help the student how to speak, understand, read and write in Spanish. The contents of this workbook have been selected for the beginners who want to learn the Spanish language interactively in an easy and quick way.
You’ll learn Spanish the way you learned any language, starting with simple words and progressing to complex phrases. To help you immerse yourself in the language, you’ll practice the conversations in Spanish with your classmates or friends who are studying the language.
Practice your Spanish as much as possible inside and outside the classroom. Even if you can’t go abroad, watching Spanish movies, reading Spanish magazines, listening to Spanish songs, and talking with Spanish-speaking friends are enjoyable ways to help you develop what you have learned from iAprendamos Español! And from your Spanish class.
iAprendamos Español! Provides English translations. There are thirty one basic topics in this workbook, laying the foundation for learning how to make simple sentences and converse with the Spanish speakers. In every topic, there are simple exercises and activities to test your capacity of assimilating the lessons.
Asi esi el Español Lengua Estranjera
Authors: Amelita Liggaya-De Guzman, Jerimiah V. Pacer
Spanish, like any other foreign languages, makes the neophyte learner Shiver and tremble. Without forethought, students frantically think the enormous difficulty of learning the new language particularly its grammatical structure and strange pronunciations.
Above those prejudices, Spanish is a no stranger to us. Numerous dialects in the Philippines have substantial quantum of loanwords from it. Acquiring the mastery of it is not taxing as it seems. With minimum effort and tons of patience, one can easily have the command of Spanish.
This book is conceptualized to assist the learners in discerning the nuances and important details of Spanish and its degree of relation to our native tongue, cultural heritage and historical identity. It is with fervent hope that the reader may find this material useful.