May 22, 2009

Book review: Correct your Spanish Blunders

Those who have read my review of Correct your French Blunders may be interested in its counterpart, Correct your Spanish Blunders. For those who know the French book, its Spanish cousin offers much of the same type of pragmatic advice. In other words, for most students who don't want to get too bogged down in too many tricky details, it will be an excellent companion through high school level Spanish, or an excellent way to "fill in the gaps" in your knowledge at this level. (Note that, in the case of both books, more advanced students will be looking for something more in-depth.)

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