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in Bolivia

Private Spanish classes
in Santa Cruz
"Volunteer Bolivia" classes
in Cochabamba
"Sustainable Bolivia" classes
in Cochabamba
"German Cultural Institute" classes
in Sucre
"Instituto Exclusivo" classes
in La Paz




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Lonely Planet Spanish [With CD (Audio)]

Lonely Planet Spanish [With CD (Audio)]

'Hasta la vista, baby' is no way to address a Spanish police officer. 'Arriba, arriba' won't make the taxi go faster, and 'ay, carramba' won't grab a waiter's attention. Use this book to say what you really mean. Combining the phrasebook with the audio CD means you can listen and improve your pronunciation before you travel. Or even play a phrase to people you meet while traveling - just transfer the MP3 files on the CD to your portable media device. Audio Pack Includes: 400 key phrases on Cd for practical, social and emergency situation 3500 word two-way dictionary




Print out free Spanish phrases

Buy Books. Do Good. Support Literacy Worldwide These are some simple Spanish phrases you might want to learn to help ensure you are understood correctly, or can request what you need, while you are in Bolivia. Below you'll find some of the more necessary Spanish sentences translated to English.

Most Bolivians don’t care if your accent is awful. They are very appreciative (and usually more respectful) of foreigners who make an effort to speak their language – more so than of those who expect Bolivians to make the effort to speak every other foreign language on the planet. Of course, if they do speak another language they will be eager to show that off and practice with you. So don’t worry if your grammar is incorrect or if your accent is very strong. Take a breath, calm down, and JUST SAY IT!

The following are some basic, general, and emergency phrases you can learn (or print out and take with you). Remember, Spanish is read and spoken phonetically, exactly as it is written (each letter has only one sound so there is no guessing involved, what could be easier). Oh, and the letter “h” is silent. So here we go, not necessarily in order of importance - or maybe they are...

spanish phrases santa cruz bolivia

spanish phrases santa cruz bolivia



Take Spanish Courses Before you Travel

The following are programs, courses and guidebooks you can use to learn Spanish. As with any product or service you should thoroughly review the information presented, read customer testimonials, and make use of any return-policies or money-back guarantees they offer if you are not satisfied with the offer. BoliviaBella.com does not endorse any one program more than another, does not offer any guarantees over the programs listed, and offers this for informational purposes only.

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Remember, it's all about the effort you make! You don't have to speak perfectly! No one will ridicule you! And if you just CAN NOT handle the language - chill! Many MANY Bolivians speak English too! (And they don't speak it perfectly but they're not too shy to give it a try anyway). So it goes both ways - so just chill out and DON'T WORRY!!! If you speak any Spanish at all, you'll be understood here. Encouraged yet??? Ay ay ay!



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