Learning Like Crazy: Spoken Spanish (Volume 1 Lessons 1-30)

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The Learning Spanish Like Crazy method lets you learn Spanish quickly and easily. It has been created by native Spanish speakers from Latin American to make sure you learn to speak Spanish just like a native. All speakers are college-educated speakers from Latin America to make sure you develop an authentic Latin American accent. This is a fun method of learning Spanish - no tedious memory drills. You learn practical spoken Spanish that you can use in everyday situations. Level 1 consists of Lessons 1 to 30.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780976666103
  • Publisher: Learning Like Crazy, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2007
  • Series: Learning Like Crazy Series
  • Format: CD
  • Edition description: 2 Volume Set, Lessons 1-16 & Lessons 17-
  • Sales rank: 710,891
  • Product dimensions: 6.74 (w) x 7.38 (h) x 2.11 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2008

    LSLC Crushes Rosetta Stone Spanish V3 and Pimsleur Spanish, and I'll tell you why

    I like this course more than Rosetta Stone Spanish V3 and Pimsleur Spanish and other courses that I have tried. And I will tell you why. I have spent a lot of money on Spanish courses hoping to learn the Spanish that will help me sound like a native Spanish speaker and understand native Spanish speakers not only when they speak to me but when they speak to each other. This is the first and only course that I have found that really teaches you the Spanish of natives. I must admit that I like the new version of Rosetta Stone Spanish more than the first version but it still fails to prepare the learner for real-life-Spanish. As soon as you get in a situation where a native speaker starts yapping away at 100 miles per hours, you will have no idea what he is saying after using Rosetta Stone Spanish. And that's the same problem that I had with Pimsleur Spanish. After finishing all of the Pimsleur series when I was finally put into a real-life situation where native Spanish speakers were having conversations with themselves I had no idea what they were saying, they could have been calling me every kind of SOB and I wouldn't have had the slightest idea. But you certainly won't have that problem with this course. After finishing both levels of this course, I felt confident in speaking AND comprehending not only when native Spanish speakers were speaking to me but also when they are speaking to each other. No course that I know of can give you that ability. It's great understanding native Spanish speakers when they speak to you slowly and clearly. But it doesn't beat being able to understand them when they speak to each other. If you truly seriouls about becoming proficient at speaking conversational Latin American Spanish, this course cannot be beat.

    18 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2007

    Excellent Not Only For Speaking Conversational Latin American Spanish But also For Understanding it When You Hear it Spoken

    I started learning Spanish with Learning Spanish Like Crazy without any previous experience learning the language. I just used 3 tools that got 4 or 5 stars reviews at a popular learning Spanish product review site. This Spanish course is 1 of the tools. The second was Easy Spanish Phrase Book. And the third was a reference book for verb conjugation (501 Spanish Verbs). First of all, I am not a person that has a natural ability to learn languages. In August of last year, I took a trip to Dominican Republic with a couple of friends (after only studying Spanish for just seven months at the time). While in DR I was the designated translator. Not only were my friends really impressed with the fact that earlier this year about the only words that I knew in Spanish were 'no,' 'gracias,' and 'adios' but the native speakers in DR found it hard to believe that I had only been learning Spanish for eight months. Although I am not fluent yet (and have a long way to go to achieve fluency), in just 8 months this course and the other Spanish-learning products that I have used have enabled me to make tremendous progress and become 'conversational' in Spanish. These Spanish lessons gave me the right foundation or structure to build upon my knowledge of the language. And the Easy Spanish Phrase Book really helped me by helping me build a large vocabulary of words so that I am rarely if ever at a loss for words or unable to say what I want to express in Spanish. And 501 Spanish Verbs has made it possible for me to know how to express myself using different verbs and different verb tenses. But without these Spanish lessons, I would NOT have been able to understand native Spanish speakers when they were speaking to me, and without this course there's no way I would have been able to understand a word that they were saying when they were speaking to each other.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2007

    The Best course to teach Americans how to speak the Spanish that we speak in the Americas

    I bought this course for my fiancee who wanted to learn Spanish in order to speak to my parents and my family members who don't speak much English. She had been struggling to learn Spanish with several other courses that she bought in bookstores and a couple of Spanish courses that I bought for her on the Net. I had even tried teaching her Spanish on my own. She had made very little progress before she started with Learning Spanish Like Crazy. After completing the two levels in the series she is very good at conversing in Spanish. My family members and I are surprised at how well she speaks Spanish now and how good her accent and pronunciation sounds. She loves the course because it is all audio so she can listen to the lessons in her car. If you are a native Spanish speaker and you are looking for a course that will teach your spouse or significant other Spanish so that he or she can communicate with your relatives this is the best. Not only will he or she learn Spanish quickly but they'll learn the same Spanish that we speak and that our families speak.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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