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Learning Spanish Words Through Etymology and Mnemonics

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Learning Spanish Words through Etymology and Mnemonics makes use of etymology to help you remember Spanish words and, failing that, suggests a mnemonic. Combination of these two approaches in one book separates it from other books on the market. The amount and depth of etymology is carefully chosen to be practical and not overwhelm an average reader. The suggested mnemonic ...more
Paperback, 286 pages
Published February 12th 2016 by Xlibris
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May 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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The preface explains the format of the book clearly and in detail. The book is meant to be used both by adults and teenagers, and in my opinion both groups should have no problems with it.
The main part of the book is essentially a word list. The words are not given alphabetically, but according to their frequency. There's an alphabetic index in the end. I found this decision surprising, but I consider it a good idea. It can help
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