Fast Spanish with Elisabeth Smith (Coursebook)
By Elisabeth Smith
In just 35 minutes a day for only six weeks speak Spanish you can use!
Looking for a Spanish course that really works fast? Look no further. In just 35 minutes a day for six weeks, Elisabeth Smith will teach you the 450 most useful words and expressions that you need. Whether you're going on holiday, looking to brush up lost language skills or just curious about Spanish, this course will give you the confidence to communicate in all kinds of everyday situations - shopping, chatting over a coffee, ordering a meal, setting up a meeting, booking a hotel. You'll be able to speak to the locals - and understand what they say back to you! The course is clearly structured and easy to follow. And Elisabeth makes learning fun, fast and easy. Her courses are built around what her students have told her they want - quick, practical, all the essentials. On completion, get your certificate of achievement to impress your friends and family with. Speak Spanish - fast!
Elisabeth Smith has published more than 30 books, CDs and DVDs in 11 different languages. She has taught enthusiastic audiences all over the world. Her unique entertaining courses are international bestsellers with over one million copies sold.
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27 May 2011
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A language lifeline ... fun, fast and easy — The Independent
The simple scripts and audio make it crystal clear ... I'm delighted with my progress. — 'Greece' magazine
"Its narration is laid-back and encouraging and the method is straightforward" (4-star review) — Time Out
The elements are simple and very straightforward ... strong encouragement ... plenty of opportunity for spoken practice. This course worked very well for me. — 'Professional Manager' magazine
I am terrible with languages yet I am picking up Spanish! — Helen Goddard, Devon
We think it is wonderful. — Tom and Maureen Peil, Preston
I loved the sense of humour ... Each week I did the final test with bated breath wondering if this time the little bar chart [...] would take a nose dive - but it didn't. — Lesly Hopkins, Twickenham