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Listen 'N' Learn Spanish with Your Favorite Moviesby Scott Thomas
Synopses & Reviews
It’s a thumbs-up for this movie-inspired guide to learning Spanish
It is as easy as that to learn thousands of essential Spanish terms and expressions. You follow along using the book to decipher difficult Spanish passages while watching (and listening!) to a movie’s Spanish soundtrack. Listen ‘n’ Learn Spanish with Your Favorite Movies features comprehensive language notes and translations for:
“The Fox and the Hound,” “March of the Penguins,” “The Absent-Minded Professor,” “Tarzan,” “Eight Below,” “Home Alone,” “Holes,” “Rocky III,” “Eragon,” “Hoosiers,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” “The Princess Bride,” “Anne of Green Gables,” “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” and “Mary Poppins.”
These films are all family favorites and can be easily rented from Netflix or other rental stores.
This unique approach to learning a new language combines a comprehensive guide of notes and translations with watching favorite movies on DVD with the soundtrack set to Spanish, including “The Princess Bride “ and “Finding Nemo.” Original.
About the Author
Scott Thomas and Gaby Thomas are experienced teachers, translators, and interpreters of Spanish. They are also the authors of The Big Red Book of Spanish Vocabulary..
Table of Contents
Beginner: Eight below (2006) — The fox and the hound (1981) — March of the penguins (2005) — The princess bride (1987). Advanced beginner: The absent-minded professor (1961) — Eragon (2006) — The chronicles of Narnia : the lion, the witch and the wardrobe (2005) — Tarzan (1992). Intermediate: Holes (2003) — Home alone (1990) — Hoosiers (1986) — Rocky III (1982). Advanced: Anne of Green Gables (1985) — Finding Nemo (2003) — The Incredibles (2004) — Mary Poppins (1964).
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