David Stewart began studying Spanish at the age of 10 in Manhattan Beach, California. He continued his studies as an exchange student in Honduras and Spain. He received a B.A. in Spanish from Occidental College in 1992. He is currently the Executive Director of The Princeton Review in Berkeley, California.
Cracking the Regents Spanish, 1999-2000 (Princeton Review Series)by Princeton Review, Princeton Review Publishing Staff, L.L.C. Lishing
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