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Getting Started with Spanish

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We are just finishing up the first half of the book. We have done it in conjunction with Rosetta Stone(online) for translation practice and grammar instruction which RS lacks. I give it 2 thumbs up for a basic Spanish course that's inexpensive. It seems to progress in very logical order and made perfect sense to my 9 year old without being dumbed down. An adult could definitely use it without feeling like it was aimed way beneath them. Explanations/lessons are short and clear and the translation is only 10 sentences per lesson and builds/reviews previous lessons as it goes along.


Hope that helps! If you have any specific questions, I'd be happy to try and answer them.




PS We would not do RS again but we are continuing on with GSWS=D

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