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Dirty Spanish Workbook - 101 Fun Exercises Filled with Slang Sex and Swearing - cover

Dirty Spanish Workbook - 101 Fun Exercises Filled with Slang Sex and Swearing

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Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

Learn Spanish slang, funny insults, and explicit phrases with this exercise book that quizzes you on how Spanish is really spoken!  
 
Classroom workbooks teach conjugation with lame verbs—I walk, you walk, he walks. Eff that. Wouldn’t you rather be learning I hook up, you hook up, we hook up (Yo ligo, tu ligas, nosotros ligamos)? This book teaches you Spanish using the expressions you really want to learn, including cool slang, swear words and explicit sex terms. Packed with fun stuff they don’t teach in school, Dirty Spanish Workbook includes: 
 
• Sample Dialogues for Picking Up Sexy Locals 
 
• Labeled Illustrations of the Body’s Hot Spots 
 
• Conjugation Exercises on Conjugating 
 
• Word Search for Dancing, Clubbing and Partying Terms 
 
• Fill-in-the-Blank Sentences to Describe a Hottie 
 
• Multiple Choice Quizzes featuring Drunk, Wasted and Stoned Vocabulary
Available since: 12/25/2012.
Print length: 138 pages.

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