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 as well 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 arts who 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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Descripción McGraw-Hill Education, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110071479015