FUN WITH SPANISH by Lee Cooper
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FUN WITH SPANISH

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This excellent text which contains five hundred Spanish words, exercises, and extremely helpful lessons in pronunciation represents a radical departure from the average self-help language books. It is vividly written and designed and goes directly toward its object--to teach. No attempt here is made to disguise the purpose of this book. It is primarily a text, but the vigor with which it is written and the skill with which it is organized proves that a text is not an object of punishment but can be an instrument of pleasure. Either as a class room or home aid, Fun With Spanish provides an incentive for the study of the language and follows through as a teaching device. A first rate groundwork is laid for later study.

Pub Date: Feb. 25th, 1960
Publisher: Little, Brown