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Learn Spanish, Learn Spanish With Short Stories: 3 Books in 1!

A Guide for Beginners to Learn Conversational Spanish & Short Stories to Learn Spanish Fast
Narrated by: John Fiore
Length: 3 hrs and 4 mins
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  • 12-11-17

Where are the short stories?

Only a couple short stories buried in the middle of the audio file. Narrator pushes immersion over traditional learning and grammar, however, 90% of book is grammar and pointless talking. The whole book seemed like it was not meant to be an audio. the narrator read (especially the grammar) way too fast.