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  • Learn To Speak And Write Spanish by Sudhir Khanna is the first book I bought
  • The challenging and important part includes nouns, adjectives, adverbs and other parts of speech were discussed, I think in the simplest way the author could possibly do

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      The history of Philippines reveals the influence of Spain in our culture, food and language. Filipino, my native language, has numerous words taken from Spanish; otherwise if the Spanish word was passed on the modern time, these words possess different meanings. The similarities of Filipino and Spanish encourage me to study Spanish. Moreover, I’ll not only become a linguistic, but I’ll also broaden my knowledge with our history. Learn To Speak And Write Spanish by Sudhir

      Khanna is the first book I bought. Before I picked this book, I examined other Spanish tutorial books in varied degrees: basic, intermediate and advanced. Being a terse book among the selections, I opted for Learn To Speak And Write Spanish.

      Like the rest of the language books, the author started teaching the Spanish alphabet followed by pronunciation. I had fun pronouncing and I didn’t have difficulty since it’s similar to Filipino. The challenging and important ...


      • part includes nouns, adjectives, adverbs and other parts of speech were discussed, I think in the simplest way the author could possibly do. Examples on how to apply the word in a daily conversation helps in making lessons less complicated. However, remembering new words was difficult, with the exception of the last four topics, especially the Counting and Telling Time lessons. Filipinos count in two ways: Tagalog or the one similar in pronunciation in Spanish with
        different spelling. Whereas, Filipinos commonly tell time in Spanish with a modification in spelling, as well.

        If I would ever have the chance to go to Spain or to countries having Spanish as a way of communicating, the Lesson 11: Greetings in Spanish and Lesson 12: Asking for Directions are helpful in strolling around the area and mingling with the locals. By studying this book by heart, I think I can say words other than adios amigos.




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