Want to have more fun while learning Spanish? A lot of Americans and Canadians in the Lake Chapala area of Mexico, where I lived for several years, would buy DVDs of Spanish movies at the local street markets.
My husband and I did this a few times, but sometimes the programs were too violent for me (not hard), quite steamy (not usually a problem!), or the Spanish was so rapid fire that we missed some of the essential twists and turns of the plot (frustrating).
Enter Lights, Camera, Spanish (Book + DVD): Learn Conversational Spanish by Watching a Romantic Adventure! It’s a movie made for learning Spanish, shot in Santiago, Chile.
Here is the blurb from the producers:
Get swept up in the romance, danger, and intrigue when an American businessman goes to Chile to take over a family winery and instead falls in love. As he learns his life lessons, you start your own Spanish adventure with:
- The 90-minute film Sol y viento that was designed especially for language learners with both English and Spanish subtitle options so you can follow along
- A workbook with key vocabulary and dialog from the film
- Exercises that keep you engaged in the story and reinforce your new skills
Save yourself an aisle seat for the best Spanish class ever!
Just click on the image to find out more at Amazon:
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