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Summary

If you are looking to learn Spanish in a fast, simple way without entering a classroom, then you have chosen the perfect book. Conversational Spanish Dialogues for Beginners, Volume I, II, III, IV, and VI is a comprehensive and simple program for learning Spanish in fast, simple, and interactive lessons that will help you learn fluent conversations with step-by-step Spanish conversations quick and easy in your car. You'll be speaking with native-level fluency in no time.  

Learning Spanish can be a daunting experience. Most people start learning a new language in formal classes or try by using apps to learn how to speak in Spanish without any positive results.

Through this book you will learn conversational Spanish Dialogues for beginners through lessons that will help you develop your vocabulary and teach you how to communicate and hold short conversations. Through these lessons you will learn basic interactions in different and useful topics for travel.

Inside, you will find:

  • How to ask about the time of day and how to understand currency in quick and easy lessons for native-like fluency in no time .
  • All the Spanish you need to be able to describe people and things through didactic dialogues
  • Learn and expand your vocabulary and how to use adjectives with their correct gender and number  
  • Learn quick Spanish, understand vocabulary and interactions, and learn correct pronunciation through these simple audio lessons

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Authentic Language Books (P)2019 Authentic Language Books

What listeners say about Conversational Spanish: This Book Includes: Conversational Spanish Dialogues for Beginners Volume I, II, III, IV, V, and VI

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classroom experience

There is far too much English in this for me. I need to hear Spanish conversations, not occasional Spanish words, interrupted by English translations and explanations. Intended for use in a car, so it might suit someone driving to work.

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Just don’t like this

I read the reviews and thought this would be amazing. It is not. It jumps in far too fast and I’m just not getting the narrator at all. Upon reading the other reviews I can see that most of these are fake.

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Boring garbage with an accent

Boring, dull and totally useless for learning much of anything because by the time he gets to the point of anything you're already bored to death and not listening.

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The guy speaks more in English than Spanish.

He keep saying 'Repet after me' and One more time' about a million times. It still rings in my ears after days.
It's very annoying.
The stories are good and easy to learn from, if you have the passion to skip the bla, bla, bla in English to the next story.

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  • Topchun
  • 22-03-20

This sucks as a beginner book...

I foolishly purchased several intermediate Spanish books and this one shocked me in its inability to teach or share anything useful. I thought it was just an early chapter flaw so I clicked on ch 59 & it taught abuela. PLZ DO NOT BUY THIS.

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  • Susanspry
  • 14-02-20

repeats too many times!

how many times does one really need to practice saying "coca cola" in Spanish? can't take it anymore.

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  • Chaz
  • 26-02-20

Clear drilling, could use fewer English prompts

I listen to these types of drill-oriented language books in the car, and I rarely consult the texts. It is clear that the author has put a lot of work into his book. The starter conversations are interesting enough and the speaker enunciates clearly. The conversations end and the author goes quickly into some explanation, and then drilling of the words. I'd give it a five but for the fact that the English prompts (like "repeat after me" and "in syllables" and "one more time") are repeated without any relief from them. I'd prefer if the drilling stays in Spanish after the quick intro to the word. We do get it; you can just use silence.

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  • Edward Good
  • 19-09-19

It gives us a practical and logical explanation

It introduces vocabulary needed for common events such as getting a flight or taking a taxi and last but not least the time it takes to read is around five minutes which, with another 5 minutes to dissect and discuss fits in really well to our class schedule. I love it and following this guidebook. Thanks for the Creator.

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  • Adnan
  • 14-09-19

Prescribed!!

One of the best books I've bought for my Spanish two class. It pushes them past beginner stage without being so advanced that they can't find the main ideas in each dialogue. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

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  • Danie Ludwig
  • 16-09-19

Immensely tempting audio guide

Idioms are important and fun to know as a part of everyday life. I can listen to a lot of words on a page but no way can I spontaneously come up with dialogue, I freeze up and these will be helpful practice.

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  • Hannah Walker
  • 18-09-19

Provides straightforward yet profound information

The conversations are helpful, especially if you're in that situation, as I was during a shopping trip to a specialty grocery store. I'd recommend it to others. I want to prefer this audiobook for everyone who is searching like this guide.

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  • Leona Levy
  • 18-09-19

These books definitely open up new horizons.

I suggest that you download the accompanying PDF and occasionally listen to along with the dialogues. You can also isolate various grammar usage and explore it more for additional learning. It has valuable content for all. I'm happy with this audiobook and listening step by step.

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  • Sabrina J.
  • 25-02-20

The audio and pdf can not match

Can you update the pdf according to the audio?
e.g. lesson 13, the pdf can not match the audio.
There are many lessons has these problems.

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  • artbrutnewyork
  • 25-04-21

Extremely boring, long winded,

Wow, what a disappointment. Imagine 42 hours of listening to one guy’s extremely boring and long winded/unimaginative presentation. First, there is way too much English language explanation and way too little authentic Spanish. Secondly the dialogues are painful in that there are not separate actors playing the different roles. You have one guy play all roles as if reading a script where he says the name of the character he is representing each time, for example: “Juan; Hello. ... Pedro hello... Juan: what are you doing? Pedro: I am reading....” to be clear, he will say the characters name each time...because they don’t have individual actors to play the different roles! So, imagine 42 hours of this... incredibly poor execution. I stopped listening after the first few lessons. It was torturous. Also, each lesson is about 70 English translation or explanation.

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