A madcap primer that makes learning Spanish a joking matter
This zany joke-fest makes mastering Spanish vocabulary riotous good fun for your kids ages 10 and up aswell as the young at heart. The World's Wackiest Spanish Joke Book features 500 groan-worthy puns and clever turns of phrase,along with 18 screwball line drawings and fascinating culture notes.
Who is the famous matrial artswho uses his nose for self-defense:
Chuck Nariz (un nariz=nose)
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Why doesn't a Mexican elk have many friends?
It's very ante-social (ante = elk)
And that's how this spicy little book makes learning Spanish as fun as a pun--by introducing new Spanish words with jokes, quips, and muy risas (lots of laughs). Language innovator Sue Fenton knows it's a lot easier to remember something when it brings a smile (or even a groan)--go with boring vocabulary flashcards if you want a siesta (zzz) or try this book and guarantee a fiesta (ole!).
Say "adios" to boring lessons and "hola" to fun learning:
What is a Latin American woodpecker's favorite soda?
Cuco-cola (cuco = woodpecker)
Where did Spanish surrealist artists get their cold cuts and cheese?
At the Salvador Deli (Salvador Dalí = Spanish surrealist painter)
How did Luke Skywalker and his Star Wars friends celebrate the Jedi master's birthday?
With a Pin-Yoda (piñata)
Sue Fenton has been teaching Spanish and French for more than twenty years. She has also written twenty books for foreign-language teachers and developed innovative and engaging ways to learn language.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071479015
Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Bookseller Inventory # 97800714790111.0
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0071479015