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Guide to Costa Rican Spanish.

Guide to Costa Rican Spanish

Christopher Howard

Costa Rica Books

Suite 2, SJO 981, P.O. Box 025216, Miami FL 33102-5216

188123388X $13.95 www.costaricabooks.com

The ideal take-along Spanish guide is very portable (i.e. fits in a standard purse), easy to use, and contains phrases lending to everyday issues. That's why destination-bound visits to Costa Rica will welcome GUIDE TO COSTA RICAN SPANISH: it's all of the above and more. The new edition comes from a Costa Rican citizen, not a U.S. teacher, though he does hold a foreign language background as a teacher--thus it includes a healthy dose of local slang and color new to even those with some rudiments of Spanish. From proverbs and sayings to a basic English/Spanish reference set, GUIDE TO COSTA RICAN SPANISH is a take-along 'must'.
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