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101 Spanish Riddles : Understanding Spanish Language and Culture Through Humor


101 Spanish Riddles : Understanding Spanish Language and Culture Through Humor by Brand: McGraw-Hill at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Riddles are an essential component of Hispanic humor and folklore. 101 Spanish Riddles presents a fun and entertaining way to expand your knowledge


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Riddles are an essential component of Hispanic humor and folklore. 101 Spanish Riddles presents a fun and entertaining way to expand your knowledge of both Spanish language and culture. Some riddles rhyme, some play on words, some require lateral thinking, and some provide the answer in the question. Organized into ten thematic sections, each riddle is accompanied by a humorous illustration, an English translation, and the answer. In many cases, a dialogue or narrative presents the key vocabulary in a contemporary everyday context, for which translations are included at the back of the book.

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Manufacturer:McGraw-Hill Education
Brand:Brand: McGraw-Hill
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education
Studio:McGraw-Hill Education
EAN:9780658015052
Item Weight:0.5 pounds
Item Size:0.33 x 8.9 x 8.9 inches
Package Weight:0.53 pounds
Package Size:5.98 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches

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