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Spanish Language Edition
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1001 Pitfalls in Spanish (1001 Pitfalls)
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Students learning Spanish on both elementary and intermediate levels will find this book a useful supplement to their main textbooks. It reviews the most commonly-made errors in speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. The authors focus on tricky vocabulary, idioms, technical terms, and other details in Spanish grammar and usage that differ markedly from English. This newly updated edition has been given an attractive new layout and cover design with type in a second color to emphasize keys points, as well as a larger page count. Students will also find more examples and exercises with answer keys.
A supplemental textbook outlining fundamentals of the Spanish language and providing help for common obstacles such as complex sentence structure, vocabulary, and telephone conversations.
This very useful classroom supplement reviews the most common errors that students make in speaking and writing Spanish. Youll learn to master tricky vocabulary, idioms, technical terms, and other details in Spanish grammar and usage that differ markedly from English. The new fourth edition features an attractive new layout and offers more examples than ever before, as well as exercises and a guide to writing e-mails and text messages.
Among the most difficult things to learn about any foreign language are the exceptions to its rules of grammar and vocabulary. Barron's 1001 Pitfalls series is designed to help students get past such trouble spots as irregular verbs, homonyms and homophobes, confusions caused by words and phrases that resemble one another, and specialized vocabularies and technical terms.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-280) and index.
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