How to Spanish : A Learner's Guide to Learning Spanish
How to Spanish: A Learner's Guide to Learning Spanish is designed as a supplemental reference grammar for all those with an interest in learning Spanish or continuing their education. Its goal is to demystify the inner workings of the Spanish language, explaining all tenses and moods, irregular verbs, and grammatical concepts. This book is intended for those who seek additional resources for their education. If the reader wishes to truly learn Spanish, formal education is suggested by the author, but this book can serve as a primer or for helping to explain things that are not often said by teachers or textbooks. This book was written and designed by a non-native speaker who learned Spanish as a second language. For that reason, the book is designed to parse through academic and linguistic terminology and to provide simple and easy to understand explanations of grammatical concepts. This book is designed for students of any skill level: beginner, intermediate, advanced, or anything in between. It focuses primarily on what can be considered universal Spanish (castellano) but has information on many different regional variations of Spanish, and addresses sociolinguistic and historical linguistic grammar that would include the use of vosotros for Spain, the voseo which is more common in Latin America, and some regional vocabulary.
- Paperback | 390 pages
- 216 x 279 x 20mm | 903g
- 04 Nov 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white