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Speak and write Spanish as if it were your native tongue!
Tired of making the same old mistakes of switching your genders, confusing your tenses, and mixing up your idioms? It happens--but before you get used to speaking Spanglish, consult this guide and break those bad habits that leave everybody you talk to scratching their head. Correct Your Spanish Blunders not only tells you what you've done wrong with more than 1,000 of your typical learner errors, clearly highlighted in red, it also explains the reasons behind the mistakes, so you can correct yourself in the future.
With the aim of improving your Spanish skills, this fun but comprehensive guide will help you avoid all the common pitfalls, such as:
Correct Your Spanish Blunders contains exercises covering all parts of grammar and wraps it all up with review passages to check that you are blunder-free. Soon, biting your nails will be your only bad habit!
Jean Yates teaches Spanish at George Washington University. She has also taught Spanish as a second language on the high school and community college levels and to adults in the workplace. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.
Wonderful tool for anyone learning Spanish at an advanced level!Published 16 months ago by Julie Nyhoff
I wish the blunders were not given in color. Other than that it is one fabulous book. I highly recommend it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by S. Welch
Great book... needs a sequel. I found myself making all of the mistakes
and them some. Thoughtful and well written.
For beginners only. And even they may find it simple-minded. The cover promises much, the book delivers little. Qué triste!Published 24 months ago by P. Velasquez
no more and no less ... it has been useful and I'd like to read it from cover to cover some time but haven't done so as of yet. Read morePublished on August 23, 2013 by asaens
The pronunciation part was somewhat poor (I felt this could've been improved had there been a CD to go along with - this would've made it EXCEPTIONAL), but everything else was... Read morePublished on April 23, 2013 by Emmence