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If you need to learn Spanish in order to navigate the situations of everyday life, “Spanish with Monsters” is perfect for you!
This Spanish language guide was created for independent adult learners living in the Spanish-speaking world, but has tons of applicable applications for classroom Spanish teachers!
Spanish with Monsters is a language learning program designed both for independent and classroom learners. It combines conversational Spanish with helpful Spanish Grammar lessons. Monsters are the hosts of the book as metaphorical language learners meant to lighten the mood. “Spanish with Monsters: The First Date” deals largely with everyday situations such as the basics of getting around, ordering in a restaurant, negotiating in the market, making introductions, expressing likes and dislikes, talking about everyday life, family, obligations, and profession. These pages are filled with audio, video, down-to-earth explanations, hundreds of self-check practices, an extensive glossary of words and typical expressions, self-check quizzes, and reviews.
An ideal worktext for beginners, this practical book emphasizes the development of language skills and pronunciation, while also offering extensive instruction in listening, reading, writing and grammar. If you’re looking for a review, or you need to master the basics, this is a great place to start.
Originally created for teen and adult language learners already living in the Spanish-speaking world, the focus of the text is not simply language theory, but application.
Teachers may wish to use the text as a main classroom text, or as a digital supplement to empower students with a guide that addresses everyday issues of living and interacting with native Spanish speakers.
Appropriate for ages 12 to adult, the monsters are diverse, cheeky, and fun for all ages.
Looking for intermediate and advanced texts? Level II, “Home and Away” is expected January 31, 2020 and Level III, “Paradise Isn’t Always Perfect” will be released March 30, 2020. Proceeds from this series provide educational support for the youth of Roatan, Honduras.