Arriba!: Comunicacin y cultura (6th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall
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This was a hybrid course so a lot of the work was done online but when we were in class we had to talk to each other in spanish and learned a lot of basic spanish. Very interesting and great book!read more
I honestly can't think of anything that could make it better , but If i had to say something it would be to add more pictures.
Spanish, the book is a great first reading into the language.read more
The book becomes confusing and disintegrated, a more clear focus would help the reader.
There are certain sections that could be a little more detailed in explaining the content.read more
The vocabulary pages were easy to find and navigate, and the instructions for new topics were as well.
None of it. It was very easy to follow along with and easy to learn from.read more
The flow of wording from the authors. Both books read very well and flowed well.
I honestly can't think of anything to make this book better. The over all layout was easy to read through.read more
I really liked the interactive disc it came with. It helped with pronouncing words and learning the vocab.
The wording was better and it was easier to understand the languageread more
the vowels and how to pronounce each word. Each chapter went smoothly
I had to use this book for first and second semester Spanish, beginner Spanishread more
It was unbelievably helpful!! I had to get another book for my third semester of Spanish and it was so complicated to understand that I ended up reusing this book for my third semester of Spanish as well. It really lays everything out and makes learning this language very helpful. If I missed a class for some reason, I knew that the book would be able to catch me up on what I missed in class because the book explained everything so well.
Listening section was not helpful. You did not automatically have access to the audio needed.read more
The basic conversational spanish was easy to pick up on with this text. The lists were also helpful
There were actually two classes that required me to use this book, Spanish 101 and Spanish 102. I took Spanish 101 in the classroom and took Spanish 102 online. Both of these classes were fairly easy because I took three years of Spanish in high school.read more
The most useful thing I learned from this book was how to conjugate irregular verbs.
I have never taken Spanish before so I can not perform an accurate comparisonread more
This text needs more English - I had to rely heavily on internet translator to understand what was wanted of me in the exercises
The primary focus of this textbook is to teach you the fundamental elements of learning spanish. For me this textbook was very helpful because it really went into depth about the language. It was beyond different from high school, yet in a good way.read more
It's impossible to narrow one interesting thing I learned from this textbook. If anything this book taught me so much about the human body and how so many thing nteract to make a human. It was so interesting to learn about the different parts of the body. I found this class to be very helpful for people like myself who are going into the medical field or whom are very interested in the human body and unique facts.
Pub Date: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall