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The games can be played on the computer or printed out.
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and the alphabet; German recipes, all parts of speech, conjugation and declension of German words, quizzes, Vocabulary Trainer)
Learning German (for student learners & teachers)
German Tutor, The (English, Spanish y Español)
(source: 20030625 - Barbara J. Feldman's SurfNetKids Newsletter: "Creating a collection of interactive German lessons for both
English and Spanish speakers won this high-school team a second
place prize. The site is organized so that it can be used
sequentially as a complete introduction to German, or randomly,
jumping to specific units as you need them. To study the units
in sequence, simply follow the left-hand menu from Diagnosis to
Lessons. For a quick overview of German pronunciation and
grammar, try the "compressed tutorial" German on the Go!")
Indo-European Language Tutorials at ielanguages.com
• web site by Jennifer Wagner:Curriculum Vitae
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A quote from RocketLanguages.com,
"If you’re traveling to a Spanish-speaking country,
you need to know the bare minimum to get around.
Keep our useful vocabulary lists on hand for those times when you’ve got something crucial
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Essential Spanish For Traveling - ¡Hola! Hoy, vamos a aprender algo muy interesante. ¡Disfruta la lección!
"El Agua" (Water) Conversation Practice (31Jan09)
(Quote, "You'll also learn one easily confused difference between showers in Spanish-speaking countries versus
those in English-speaking countries. This tip can save you some embarrassing moments!")
At the Beach - La Playa (Going to the beach in a Spanish-speaking country? ..a quick and easy list of beach vocabulary .., water safety is important. ..)
Job Interview - Entrevista (.. about working hours, references and work permits. .. your experience and your qualifications.. Audio Lesson)
Workplace Terminology (How do you describe your occupation in Spanish? How do ask about someone else’s profession? .. Maybe someone is asking you to attend a meeting, answer the phone or photocopy some important information. .. understand instructions, or give them to someone else.)
Daily greetings & how to respond to such [emotional] greetings
"When traveling to a Spanish-speaking country searching for love or communicating your feelings to a Spanish-speaking partner, romantic phrases and words are an absolute necessity.
You will master how to speak with a natural sounding flow when expressing your love and commitment to your loved one."
(lesson thirty-five of the Rocket Spanish Newsletter Series)
"Leisure, entertainment and pastime activities."
"How do you spend your Saturday afternoon? - Reading you favorite
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(lesson thirty-eight of the Rocket Spanish Newsletter Series)
"Signs: Familiarizing yourself with them
(Have you ever felt embarrassed pushing a door when there is a big sign that clearly reads "PULL"?
Or perhaps if you're a woman, you've walked into a men's restroom mistakenly completely missing the "MEN" sign above the door...
Yes, signs are very important. Without them, life would be confusing, and sometimes, even dangerous. We see signs all the time- street signs,
traffic signs, parking signs, no-smoking and smoking signs - they are an essential part of daily life. This esson is all about Spanish written signs!
Familiarizing yourself with these signs will surely prevent you from sitting in the non-smoking area if you're a smoker, and vice versa.)
(lesson forty-four of the Rocket Spanish Newsletter Series)
"essential words and phrases for handling money in Spanish."
"A los tontos no les dura el dinero". This literally means "Money does not last for the fools" basically implying that a fool and his money are soon parted.
"When traveling or living in a Spanish-speaking country, you will surely need to be wise in spending your money..."
(lesson forty-eight of the Rocket Spanish Newsletter Series)
(lesson fifty-four of the Rocket Spanish Newsletter Series)
(..Prepare yourself to talk about your previous work
experiences, your qualifications. ..learn how to
check out conditions & benefits, including salary, work
hours, and of course, if there is any paid vacation! )
"Movie genre words in Spanish " When talking about movies or books in Spanish, you may want to ask another person, “Have you seen _____?” (“¿has visto ____?”) or, “Have you read ___?” (“Has leído ____?”)Another useful phrase is, “What is it about?” (De que se trata?).
Interactive Audio Lessons1.1 Introductions
In this introductory lesson, Mauricio and Amy break the ice. We've got the basics covered, so don't be shy, learn how to greet someone and say hello. ttp://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/611
1.3 The Perfect Coffee
This refreshing lesson takes you to the counter to order a sumptuous Spanish coffee. But not so fast... you'll have to learn a few things about asking for what you want or need in Spanish first! http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/613
1.5 What do you do for a Living?
Take your Spanish conversing to the next level and learn how to ask the burning question... What do you do for a living? and more in this installment of your Rocket Spanish. http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/615
1.7 Traveling on Schedule
Let our Spanish enthusiasts walk you through your travel itinerary. We'll cover what time, what day, and ensure our ride to the airport gets us there with time to spare. Get your bags packed, we're due to depart! http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/617
1.7 Traveling on Schedule
Let our Spanish enthusiasts walk you through your travel itinerary. We'll cover what time, what day, and ensure our ride to the airport gets us there with time to spare. Get your bags packed, we're due to depart! http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/617#
(from WebWorkbooks, contains over 120,000 entries, 45,000 voice files; Click on the left speaker icon to hear how the word is pronounced in Spain,
and on the right icon to hear how it is pronounced in Latin America..) [also see:dictionaries]
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