Yaks March on Washington

  • by Anne Emerick
  • Narrated by Jean Marc Berne
  • 0 hrs and 53 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

No-Work Spanish audiobooks are stories read with each sentence said first in English, then in Spanish. At the end of each chapter, the chapter is repeated entirely in Spanish. But Can You Learn Spanish from No-Work Spanish stories? Yes!
Here is how No-Work Spanish audiobooks work:
No-Work Spanish stories are performed by talented bilingual actors and actresses. You'll want to listen to find out what happens next in the story. As you hear each sentence, first in English, then in Spanish, your mind links the two, just as effortlessly as you learn the words to a song you like. Hearing the chapter repeated, entirely in Spanish, after you have absorbed the Spanish vocabulary reinforces the Spanish and greatly improves your ability to listen and comprehend an entire Spanish passage.
You do not need to know any Spanish to learn from No-Work Spanish audiobooks. On the other hand, if you already know some Spanish, you will learn that much faster.
Yaks March on Washington is based on the true story of an Idaho rancher who travels across the country with six yaks in tow, accompanied by his dog. It is read by Jean-Marc Berne. The Yaks March on Washington vocabulary is rich in outdoor terms related to ranching, animals, and camping. The Yaks March on Washington vocabulary includes:

Adjectives: fast, cool, dark, peaceful, quiet, awake, wide, sleepy, giant, big, small, hot, crowded, next, colorful, more, every, important, scared, sad
Adverbs: slowly, again
Animals: cows, sheep, dog, bark, cat, yak, horse, horns, beasts, pet (noun)
Body Parts: arm, face, tail, nose, eye, stomach, chin, forehead
Camping: to camp, sleeping bags, flashlight, folding chairs, tent, bucket, cooking stove, ropes
Colors: white, red
Clothing: wool, scarf, costumes
Eating/Food: dinner, milk, stove, bottle, butter, cheese, pans
Numbers one through seven
Outdoors: tree, oak, pasture, farm, ranch, sky, stream, snow, barn, corral, pen, herd, hay, straw, breeze, statue, shade, home, ramp, building, road, festival, cars, pickup truck, road, to drive, buildings
People & Relationships: boy, girl, wife, niece
Seasons/Time: spring, night, days
Verbs: work, bark, pack, unpack, run, chase, wait, change, know, whistle, drive, arrive, leave, pet,(stroke), turn, suck, lick, need, sleep, lie, stare, wake, like, hope, jump, whistle, point, listen, learn, sell, say, respond, ask, dance, ride, talk, bless, dash


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Dumb...and bad narration

I have 3 of these books. This one isn't as bad as the Missing Poodle story as far as narration. .but the story and the barking (pretending to be the dog) were badly done. Not a book I enjoyed.
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- Ravenjaide3

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-17-2013
  • Publisher: Aboon Books