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Course Overview

Much of the course material was originally prepared to train officers of the Foreign Service and of other United States Government agencies who are involved in foreign affairs and who need to learn to speak Spanish. The material has been prepared and reviewed by members of fifteen different Spanish-speaking countries representing every major dialect area of the Hispanic world. While it is broadly representative of general Latin-American Spanish, it is readily adaptable to any particular area.

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Method of Teaching

The method is known as Guided Imitation. It may appear to be new, but actually it has been used by a considerable number of teachers for many years, though its greatest popularity has come since the second World War. Its goal is to teach one to speak easily, fluently, with very little accent, and to do this without conscious effort, just as one speaks his own language without conscious effort.

There are two very important aspects of this method. First, learning a relatively small body of material so well that it requires very little effort to produce it. This is Overlearning. If a student overlearns every dialog and drill as s/he goes through this book s/he will almost certainly experiences rapid progress in learning the language.

The second aspect is learning to authentically manipulate the sounds, sequences, and patterns of the language. The important implication here is the reality of both the audio recording and the imitation. The audio recordings provide Spanish as people really speak it in actual conversations, helping the student to imitate accurately.

The complete course consists of sixty units, originally requiring some ten class and laboratory hours plus out-side study to master. The course may be studied intensively over a period of six months to a year or just go at your own pace and see how you do!

More Details

The Spanish Basic Course in Latin American dialect prepares students to function effectively in conversations. Pronunciation, inflection, and intonation are heavily stressed. The text material has accompanying phonetic spellings written in Spanish.

Units 1 - 15 introduce gender present tense verbs whose infinitives end in "ar," "er," and "ir," the irregular verbs "estar," "se," and "haber," adjectives, possessives, present perfect and present progressive forms, and object pronouns.

Units 16-30 present supplemental readings, past tenses, irregular verbs, and reflexive pronouns.

Units 31-45 introduce nominalized verbs and adjectives, numbers, past progressive and present subjunctive verb forms, days of the week, months, and colors.

Units 46-55 drop the phonetic spellings, introduce past, past perfect and present perfect subjunctives, conditional tenses, passive voices, and noun-forming suffixes.

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Did you know that…

(Content from Wikipedia) Spanish or Castilian (español or castellano) is a Romance language in the Ibero-Romance group that originated in northern Spain and gradually spread in the Kingdom of Castile, evolving into the principal language of government and trade in the Iberian peninsula. It was taken most notably to the Americas as well as to Africa and Asia Pacific with the expansion of the Spanish Empire between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Castilian evolved from several dialects and languages, now collectively termed Spanish. Latin, which comprises about 95% of Spanish, was introduced to the Iberian Peninsula by Romans during the Second Punic War around 210 BC. During the 5th century, Hispania was invaded by Germanic Vandals, Suevi, Alans, and Visigoths, resulting in numerous dialects of Vulgar Latin. After the Moorish Conquest in the 8th century, Arabic became a powerful influence in the evolution of Iberian languages, of which Castilian is thought to have evolved on the northern fringes of the Iberian Peninsula in the Christian Kingdom of Castile during the 10th century. Modern Spanish developed with the Readjustment of the Consonants (es:Reajuste de las sibilantes del castellano) that began in 15th-century Castile. The language continues to adopt foreign words from a variety of other languages, as well as developing new words.

Today, 329 million people speak Spanish as a native language (more native speakers than English), making it the world's second most spoken language in terms of native speakers. Mexico contains the largest population of Spanish speakers. Spanish is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Spanish is growing increasingly popular as a second or third language in a number of countries because of logistical, economic, and touristic interest towards the many nations which chiefly use Spanish as the primary language. This phenomenon is most notable in Brazil, the United States, Canada, Italy, France, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Poland and much of the Anglosphere in general.