A No-Nonsense Method for Becoming Fluent In Spanish
If you want to become fluent in Spanish, you need more than immersion and Spanish courses. You need a system that works!
If you want to become fluent in Spanish, this book is for you! You will learn:
The Complete Spanish Fluency Self-Training Program
Most people think you need a great Spanish teacher or immersion to become fluent in Spanish. And while both great teachers and immersion can definitely help improve your Spanish, many students find that typical courses and short-term immersion experiences are not sufficient to become totally fluent. Sorry, but it's just not that easy to attain fluency. It takes dedication and hard work with the right techniques.
In this book, the author recommends a self-training system that will allow you to learn Spanish daily and become fluent much faster by training yourself how to learn. Is it hard work? Yes, it is. But it's what it takes to become fluent in Spanish.
This little guidebook might just save you a lot of time and frustration on your journey to become a proficient and fluent Spanish speaker.
If you're looking for Spanish books on Kindle, this one is for you!
About The Author
John Del Gaudio received his B.A. in Spanish from SUNY at Stony Brook, and spent his junior year at the University of Puerto Rico studying Spanish language and literature. He has traveled extensively in Latin America and resided in Mexico for four years and two in Colombia. He holds the Basic and Advanced Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera. He is a practicing lawyer in Chicago, Illinois, and has been at translator of Spanish legal documents from time to time.
If you would like a little guidebook that will save you a lot of time and frustration on your journey to become fluent in Spanish, this is it!
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Good tips on learning Spanish
Yes, I would definitely recommend this audio to anyone learning Spanish (or any other language for that matter). Most of the tips are just common sense, but sometimes you just need someone else to to tell you what you already should know.