Spanish plus

Spanish plus

Audiobook CD - 2001 | Spanish
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Spanish Plus, the next level in the Pimsleur Language Program. These 10-lessons provide an additional, sophisticated level of language that build upon the language skills acquired in Levels I, II, & III. Upon completion of the Plus program, you will be able to: - move into a more interpersonal exchange of language at a higher level, - converse in a clearly participatory fashion, - use diverse language strategies. For everyone who has completed the Spanish Level I, II, & III -- and can't wait to continue. Spanish Plus includes real-life situations and complex conversations with expanded vocabulary. This program greatly increases your ability to discuss everyday topics in only 10 days.Note: In order for the Pimsleur Method to work correctly, you must first complete the Level I, II, & III language programs before proceeding to the Plus Level language program.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster Audio, 2001
ISBN: 9780743505031
Characteristics: 5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in


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Dec 10, 2015

I was looking for something more advanced than the basics, and this is definitely more advanced. Note the description under 'additional info' here says the program offers: "advanced language strategies for communication and traveling needs." and this is definitely true. You need at least a basic-to-moderate understanding of Spanish just to understand the narrators' directions.
So, if you're just beginning, this is not for you. However, if you've mastered the basics, and want to get into saying things in different tenses (past, future, etc), and more complex structures, then this will do it. The pace is quick, and you may find yourself rewinding a lot. I find it challenging, but in a good way. My only critique is that some of the narrators speak their directions to the student (you) quite quickly. Also, the first scenarios are supposed to take place in Buenos Aires, and the narrator (narratrix?) pronounces 'Yo' ('I') like 'Joe' in English ... I know this is a regional dialect thing, but it muddled me a bit... In any case, this is definitely advanced material. Example from the very first unit, you will learn to say "My publishing company would like to translate and publish the book in the United States." ¡Que difícil!


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