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A hip Spanish phrase books for what matters most to your kids--sports, music, games, and more!
Most Spanish phrase books are written to educate serious adults. Problem is, most Spanish-language learners live in the exciting yet awkward world of kids. Way-Cool Spanish Phrasebook is the only Spanish language-learning program on the market that focuses on the huge preteen market and the things your kids want to talk about, from favorite foods and games to clothes, sports, and more. It includes a prominently displayed, eye-grabbing mini-CD, made to operate on any tray-loading CD player and filled with a fun mix of tunes, chatting, and hanging out, all spoken by native-speaking kids.
Designed for fun and to appeal to the more sophisticated sensibilities of kids heading into their teen years, Way-Cool Spanish Phrasebook features:
- A look at what life is like for Spanish teens
- Tips on using idioms and slang like a native speaker
- Important basics such as colors, numbers, days of the week, greetings, and more
What a cool way for kids 8 to 14 to master new Spanish phrases!
If you despair trying to make Spanish sound hip to kids, here's the answer! Designed for children 8-14 and packed with zany illustrations, "Way-Cool Spanish Phrase Book "provides useful expressions loaded with street-cred. Young students or travelers will enjoy learning how to gossip, order their favorite junk food, or compliment a friend on her choice of shoes--all in another language. Every phase is accompanied by amusing two-color illustrations Easy-to-read pronunciation for each phrase Entertaining cultural notes help kids get with the in-crowd
Warning! Don't let your teachers catch you with this book!
There are no grammar exercises and no vocabulary tests. Just the words and phrases you want to know.
- Learn to use slang like a native Spanish speaker
- Find out the right words for your basic needs--food, friends, and fashion (and more)
- Mini-CD includes vignettes featuring real Latin American kids as they chat with each other, hang out, and even sing
- Did we mention no grammar drills or vocab quizzes?
So if studying Spanish at school is a pain or you're visiting a Spanish-speaking country, you can get with the in-crowd and show off to your friends, your parents, and--if you dare--your teachers.
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