Breaking the Spanish Barrier is part of the acclaimed language series that engages students of all levels, giving them all the tools needed to find success on the path to fluency. First published in 1997, this series is now used throughout the country in high schools, colleges, and middle schools as well as by homeschool families and adult learners.
In this Level II book, ideal for intermediate students, the present, preterite and imperfect are reviewed before presenting the future, the conditional, compound tenses, as well as commands and an introduction to the subjunctive mood (after indirect commands and verbs of emotion). Essential grammar topics are covered including comparisons, demonstratives, pronouns, “por” and “para,” definite and indefinite articles, and many more! Hundreds of exercises reinforce the amazing explanations offered by one of the country’s leading language teachers. As a special feature, all even chapters feature a rip-roaring adventure series, reminiscent of old-fashioned radio, recorded by native speakers with sound effects and music. Comprehension questions follow each episode.
Vocabulary, grammar, and cultural information are presented in this new Breaking the Barrier iPad version in a way that can only be called revolutionary. Combining the brilliant instructional features of the iPad with the winning approach developed by acclaimed teacher John Conner, dean of faculty at Groton School and former member of the AP Test Development Committee, this groundbreaking iPad version of the series is just what any language learner needs to excel.
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This is a wonderful book! Easy to learn the grammar and it has a lot of exercises. Highly recommended . Teachers and students will be very content with this awesome material.
Great book, makes learning fun and easy. Hadn’t studied Spanish since my high school years, my how many year ago! Really helped me remember all that I used to know
This is a beautiful book and the quality of the audio is amazing. It is great to be able to hear native speakers pronounce the words.