Camino oral offers third and fourth year Spanish students a clear, concise introduction to the sounds of Spanish, how they are produced, and the dialectical variations that occur around the Spanish-speaking world. Written entirely in Spanish, Camino oral is appropriate for both native and non-native speakers. The text introduces new material in the context of information students already know and offers abundant practice. A student audiotape (or audio CD), packaged with each book provides examples and additional practice.
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Richard V. Teschner received his Ph.D. in 1972 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Spanish Linguistics. He has taught at UW-Parkside, the University of Iowa, and (since 1976) the University of Texas at El Paso, where in 1988 he became a full professor in the Department of Languages and Linguistics. His publications include four edited anthologies, two book-length bibliographies, a placement exam, and a dictionary of Mexican-American Spanish, along with several editions of seven textbooks such as Español escrito: Curso para hispanohablantes bilingües; Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish; and Analyzing the Grammar of English: A Brief Undergraduate Textbook. He has published four dozen articles in professional journals along with an equal number of papers and keynote addresses. In 1988 he served as president of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese and also of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest.
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