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> Spanish, Textbooks/PDFS/CDs anything to help learn from basics to advanced
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post Jun 26 2017, 11:45 PM
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Hey folks I am wondering if anyone can help me out here. I have very little in the way of knowledge on how to speak spanish, I have mustered up a few words and phrases from fellow colleagues but would like to actually understand it and speak it while it may not be fluently i can eventually achieve this. So I am looking for a good textbook that starts me off with the basics and builds upon itself such as if I was going to school but be the one doing the teaching/learning as I do not have the time or hundreds of dollars I would want to spend right now to take courses at say a community college.

Anything would help and I wanna try to stay away from spanish for dummies if possible. I have also heard rosetta stone but this can get rather expensive.

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post Jun 27 2017, 07:39 AM
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Possibly a local Community College may have affordable courses.


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post Jul 18 2017, 06:05 AM
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one thing I like to do to brush up on my Spanish, is to watch movies with Spanish subtitles but English dubbing. I have a some background with spanish however. Maybe find an old Spanish 1 textbook. Google translate is good to, just to learn phrases and idioms.

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