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Collins Gem Spanish Phrasebook 4th Edition

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26 April 2016
Series: Collins Gem
You will never be lost for words in your travels around Spain and the Spanish islands again! Your ideal pocket-sized travel companion and the accompanying free ebook will ensure that you can say what you need in Spanish with ease and confidence.

Reliable, portable and easy-to-use, this phrasebook is an indispensable travel companion as you deal with the situations that crop up every day on holiday; from finding a chic hotel, or hiring a car to explore the countryside, to choosing a local delicacy from the menu, and, of course, setting up your wifi.

With helpful travel information and cultural tips, plus a 3000-word dictionary, make sure you don't go anywhere without this little book - an essential guide to speaking and understanding Spanish when travelling in Spain and the Spanish islands.

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By:   Collins Dictionaries
Imprint:   Collins
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   4th Revised edition
Dimensions:   Height: 117mm,  Width: 82mm,  Spine: 13mm
Weight:   110g
ISBN:   9780008135942
ISBN 10:   0008135940
Series:   Collins Gem
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   26 April 2016
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Language:   Spanish
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Collins UK is a leading information-led publisher of illustrated and narrative nonfiction.

Reviews for Collins Gem Spanish Phrasebook 4th Edition

Amazon customer reviews of Collins Gem Phrasebooks: They are easily navigable with colour coding for different sections. My favourite bit, though - which I couldn't do without - is the awesome menu reader! They're really discreet for bringing out at the dinner table, pretty much fitting in your hand, and avoiding the truly obvious tourist look! Ideal as a quick reference guide split in to logical topics. The pronunciation support really helps too. I have managed to string a few words together already and have been understood. Much smaller than the usual Berlitz guides but equally useful.

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