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250 USEFUL SPANISH PHRASES WHILE BACKPACKING (SPANISH VOCABULARY, USAGE, AND PRONUNCIATION TIPS)

250 USEFUL SPANISH PHRASES WHILE BACKPACKING (SPANISH VOCABULARY, USAGE, AND PRONUNCIATION TIPS)
Ficha técnica
Editorial:
HYPERINK
ISBN:
9781614641360
Idioma:
INGLÉS
Formato:
EPUB
DRM:
Si
Tagus

2,33 €

ABOUT THE BOOK Spanish-speaking countries flourish with a rich and integral culture. In backpacking around a foreign country, you will learn a lot about the cuisine, dance, history, people, traditions, customs, and other aspects of a new culture. The adventures that await you in any Spanish-speaking country differ by region but you are sure to take in some breathtaking scenery and ancient historical sites. Equipped with your backpack, maps, and belongings you feel ready to immerse yourself in a new way of life. Unfortunately, you cannot assume the people you encounter will speak English. You have to be equipped with a firm grasp on some important Spanish words and phrases in order to communicate. Knowledge is power. When backpacking in a Spanish-speaking country, knowledge of Spanish terminology is power. While you already have your passport, you may not possess the necessary Spanish language skills to communicate with locals, get around a flea market, dine at a restaurant, or navigate around town. Maybe you took a Spanish course or two in high school, and you can remember a few key words or phrases. When you backpack, you need specialized vocabulary for a variety of situations. This guide provides you with easy-to-use categories of useful words and phrases that will help you get by in a country where the rs roll off people's tongues with ease. MEET THE AUTHOR Katie Das is a lover of languages and uses her knowledge of Spanish to communicate, travel, read, and write. With a B.A. in philosophy and a teaching credential, she has had editing, translating, and teaching jobs and also likes to focus on reading and writing to keep her literary skills alive. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Cultural Awareness While on vacation in South America, Central America, or Spain, you will need to have a cultural understanding of the people and their customs. Here are some useful tips to remember when traveling.