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Learn Spanish With Jokes 2

There are a million good reasons why you want to learn Spanish and Learn Spanish With Jokes 2 is a great way to build on your basic vocabulary. You will be introduced to new words and new structures, not in a boring grammar way, but through jokes: short, simple and the reward of a laugh (or a groan) after each one. The book contains around 3000 words of Spanish with many words recycled so that they stick in your brain.

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Many millions of people around the world want to improve their Spanish. Are you one of them? Have you tried Learn-Spanish-in-a-week CD ROMS, boring grammar courses, mind-numbing self-study courses? Are you looking for something that is a joy to use? Something that will entertain you while you learn? Learn Spanish without even realising it? A great way to impress your Spanish-speaking friends? Look no further. Learn Spanish with jokes 2 – an excellent way for English speakers to practise their Spanish.

It only takes a minute to download the book so very soon you can be reading great jokes like:

Chica: ¿Crees que soy superficial?
Chico: No, ¿por qué?
Chica: Porque las chicas tan hermosas como yo normalmente lo son.

ser superficial – to be vain

or this classic:

“He leído tantos libros sobre fumar y beber que he decidido dejarlo”.
“¿De fumar o de beber?”
“De leer”.

dejarlo – to give it up

 Learn Spanish with Jokes – Cartoons!

There are also cartoons drawn by the award-winning cartoonist, Ilja Bereznickas.

Policía: “Disculpe, señor, su perro ha estado persiguiendo a un hombre en bicicleta”.

Hombre: “¡Estupideces! Mi perro no sabe andar en bicicleta”.

Dog chasing man on bicycle

perseguir – to chase

 Learn Spanish with Jokes – Quiz!

There are three fun quizzes (using jokes) to test your level of Spanish.

Easy Spanish  Intermediate Spanish  Advanced Spanish

Which version do you need?

You can buy the book in most formats from Smashwords

It is also available from Amazon.

Don’t forget, when you’re trying to improve your skills in a foreign language, reading is one of the best ways – and reading jokes is probably the best of all.