Spanish-English Grammar Pocket Dictionary: 600 Key Terms Fully and Clearly Defined with Exemplary Sentences

Spanish-English Grammar Pocket Dictionary: 600 Key Terms Fully and Clearly Defined with Exemplary Sentences

by Carlos Vega
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Spanish-English Grammar Pocket Dictionary: 600 Key Terms Fully and Clearly Defined with Exemplary Sentences by Carlos Vega

Optimized for use on the Nook, this eBook offers hundreds of hyperlinks that help the reader navigate through the book's content. Developed mainly for students taking Spanish on high school and college levels, this A-To-Z short-entry reference book lists 600 grammatical terms in Spanish, and follows up with their Spanish gender designation, their English equivalent term, and an English language definition of their function. For example: hipérbole - f / hyperbole Figure consisting of exaggerating something to create an effect; not to be taken seriously. Example: "Este hombre es tan viejo como Matusalén." (This man is as old as Methuselah.) Here is a comprehensive grammar lexicon designed to improve students' understanding of Spanish, as well as their ability to use Spanish words and phrases correctly

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ISBN-13: 9781438082523
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date: 09/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 463,627
File size: 639 KB

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Spanish-English Grammar Pocket Dictionary: 600 Key Terms Fully and Clearly Defined with Exemplary Sentences 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Angela Wells More than 1 year ago
I didn't read the title clearly and thought I was buying a general dictionary. It is a dictionary of grammar terms only. Basically a Spanish grammar book in Spanish. If you don't speak Spanish you can't even correctly look up the grammar terms.
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