- Series: Quickstudy: Academic (Book 54614)
- Cards: 1000 pages
- Publisher: QuickStudy; Box Flc Cr edition (May 28, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1423204271
- ISBN-13: 978-1423204275
- Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2.1 x 10.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,029 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Spanish Phrases (Quickstudy: Academic) Box Flc Cr Edition
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There are quite a few of these cards in the box and they are categorized. There are phrases that are supposed to help with travel (e.g. "I would like a double room." and Does the room have cable television?") restaurants (e.g. "I would like a glass of water")banking, time, shopping, etc.
I think the cards are pretty good for a person who is just starting out because they help a person learn basic vocabulary. That being said, the cards are really too basic for someone who has had any background in Spanish They are meant for someone who has probably learned the sounds of the letters and needs to quickly memorize a lot of vocab for tests or travel. Really, these would be perfect for a high school Spanish I class or the first half of a college Spanish I class.
The card stock is decent and you can take them with you places without worrying about bending them too badly. It's important to note, however, that you get the phrase and the English translation and that is it. There is no break down of the word to see how it is pronounced. Word pronunciation can be useful for beginners.
There were a couple of translations that were not exact. Sometimes the publisher employs a more complicated Spanish translation than is needed. Be prepared that you may experience verb tenses that are foreign to you if you have only studied the present tense. This set employs phrases that may use future, conditional and subjunctive tenses.Read more ›
One point of confusion for me: The listing emphasises "SPANISH EDITION". I still can't figure out what that means. It has English on one side of the card and... yup, you guessed it. ...Spanish on the other side of the card. The outside of the box is in English. So I don't know what makes this the "SPANISH EDITION" ????
No Comprendo muy bien.
to make it easier to pull out a full section of words if you wanted to do this; the kind of tabs that you would find used in a Bible. However, the sections of phrases are labeled by category, so it is easy to differenciate where one section begins and where it ends. And for me, it's nice to be married into a Spanish speaking family, as I have a husband who can help me if I need him to, even though he cannot read Spanish. lol Really, though, this is a great product! I would also suggest buying Spanish Vocabulary. I have this product too and it is great!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is so overwhelming that I have no intentions of using it. Its NOT user friendly and the cards are a bit thicker than regular typing paper.Published 4 months ago by mpaws
Good Product, but... SHoudl be on heavier paper. Needs to have pronunciation on the card. Helpful in expanding vocabulary;.Published 4 months ago by RU Ready
The content is wonderful. I wish the cards were actually cards...they are flimsy paper about the same weight as writing paper not heavy card stock which is what I expected. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachel E.
I like the content of the cards, but they are too flimsy.Published 7 months ago by Meredith Poldrack-Segrist
These flash cards 'rock'! Helps expand and aids in retention of lessons from free online learning course(s). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rebecca Brummond
I just got through the Spanish phrases box of these cards. Not a bad product other than they have about 200 of the cards categorized as Glossary of Essential Words. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jerry Angel
These had great phrase, thought some of them were strange. I bought this so I could speak with my MIL who couldn't speak any English.Published 8 months ago by Amanda Vance