- Series: Quick Study
- Cards: 1000 pages
- Publisher: Barcharts Inc.; Flc Crds B edition (January 1, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1423203615
- ISBN-13: 978-1423203612
- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 10.5 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #500,968 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Quick Study-Spanish Vocabulary Flash Cards-1000 cards Flc Crds B Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
They are seperated into lots of categories, such as: numbers, weather, verbs and adjectives. It's quite easy to find each section too as they are shaded differently in blue and indexed on the box.
On one side they have the Spanish word including whether it has an el/la etc and the other the English translation.
I'm a beginner learning Spanish and have found these cards very helpful.
- They chose very common words for their 1000 cards. If you learn these, you will be able to get by very well.
- There are 18 categories, clearly and logically labeled.
- The cards in each category are in alphabetical order by English word (except for numbers and time). If you want to look up a word, this makes it quick and easy.
- Masculine and feminine articles and endings are included on applicable words. Card front: "first". Card back: "el/la primero/a"
- Minorly, the word on the back is printed so that it's right side up when you flip the card up side down to read the translation. Nice touch.
- The verbs have no conjugation information, just the root word. It would help, at the least, to say if it's a regular or irregular verb.
- The verbs are listed alphabetically instead of being grouped first by verb ending and then sorted alphabetically.
- The cards in each category are in alphabetical order by English word (except for numbers and time). I add this in both pro and con. I'd rather they sorted words in a way that made them easier to memorize, not in a way that made them easier to look up. I'll use a dictionary for looking up words.
- Minorly, the box is very tight for all the cards. You have to leave cards out if you plan to pull cards in and out of it.
So, while these cards will not teach you how to speak Spanish, they are a very good resource for anyone who speaks a little Spanish and wants to expand his vocabulary.
The cards may not be the best in the world; they're very basic with the English on one side and the Spanish on another. No example sentences, etc. Also there are some repeats, since the cards are broken up into categories.
But keep them on the table next to the TV and go through a few during commercials and I'm sure it will help your vocabulary.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty good selection of words and fairly accurate translations. Good reference for Spanish study.Published 2 months ago by Nicholas Driscoll
My family stole most of my cards, so obviously they are great. I may have to buy them again :( One thing to note is that this is Spanish for Spain. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AdventureGirl
I like the content of the cards, but they are too flimsy.Published 6 months ago by Meredith Poldrack-Segrist
I used these flashcards when I took Spanish in college, and now my son uses them high school since he is taking Spanish. Read morePublished 9 months ago by S.K. Lewis
Useful, but who's really going to go through all those cards when they can do this online these days? It's fine for a language classroom for quick points as a bell ringer.Published 11 months ago by DM Hannah
everything you need to learn the basics. Use them, practice and repeatPublished 12 months ago by Wayne J. Street Jr.