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[Kindle] Free Language Learning eBooks - Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese @ Amazon AU/US

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All these ebooks were free at the time of posting.

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French Phrase Book: The Ultimate French Phrase Book for Traveling in France Including Over 1000 Phrases for Accommodations, Eating, Traveling, Shopping, and More US AU
French Short Stories: 8 Simple and Captivating Stories for Effective French Learning for Beginners US AU
French: An Essential Guide to French Language Learning US AU
German Phrase Book: The Ultimate German Phrase Book for Travelers of Germany, Including Over 1000 Phrases for Accommodations, Eating, Traveling, Shopping, and More US AU
German Short Stories: 9 Simple and Captivating Stories for Effective German Learning for Beginners US AU
German: Learn German For Beginners Including German Grammar, German Short Stories and 1000+ German Phrases US AU
Italian: Learn Italian For Beginners Including Italian Grammar, Italian Short Stories and 1000+ Italian Phrases US AU
Japanese: An Essential Guide to Japanese Language Learning US AU
Portuguese Short Stories: 9 Simple and Captivating Stories for Effective Portuguese Learning for Beginners US AU
Portuguese: An Essential Guide to Portuguese Language Learning US AU
Portuguese: Learn Portuguese For Beginners Including Portuguese Grammar, Portuguese Short Stories and 1000+ Portuguese Phrases US AU
Spanish Phrase Book: The Ultimate Spanish Phrase Book for Travelers of Spain or South America, Including Over 1000 Phrases for Accommodations, Eating, Traveling, Shopping, and More US AU
Spanish Short Stories: 9 Simple and Captivating Stories for Effective Spanish Learning for Beginners US AU
Spanish: An Essential Guide to Spanish Language Learning US AU
Spanish: Learn Spanish For Beginners Including Spanish Grammar, Spanish Short Stories and 1000+ Spanish Phrases US AU

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    Gracias, DB..

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    Pajero

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      Second language acquisition difficulty depends on your native starting language.

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        Got negged for stating a fact lol. You usually see people whose first Language is Spanish learning English faster than the other way around.

        To think only many ways a verb can be written in Spanish even if it is in past tense. We can have different words for verbs depending on the pronoun. In English we usually have 2, for example:

        I, you, we, they eat.
        He, she eats.

        In Spanish:

        I Como.
        You Comes.
        He, she Come.
        We comemos.
        They Comen.

        It gets worse when we use past tense.

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      Spanish is a lot harder to learn than English as a second language.

      I strongly disagree, and I wasn't born in an English-speaking country.

      Spanish isn't even in the top six-most difficult languages for English-speakers to acquire, according to US Foreign Service Institute training guides. Mandarin, Arabic, Russian, Turkish, Polish and Danish are all listed as requiring 88 weeks of study to attain conversational fluency, whereas Spanish and Portuguese are both in the 24-30 weeks category.

      Spanish is infinitely more logical and grammatically consistent than English, especially for speakers of Romance languages, which form the second-most dominant sub-branch of the most dominant language family globally (Indo-European), with nearly a billion speakers in total. Chances are somebody learning Spanish is far more likely to come from a Romance-speaking background.

      English is just a hot mess of Germanic, Latin, Greek and Norman French with utterly illogical and constantly varying grammatical rules/syntax as a result, and as much I find English an irreplaceable and thoroughly-comprehensive and detailed language with few equals, once you have a fluent command of it, that still doesn't discount the fact that learning English is a confusing journey for most people in the world.

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    Muy bien. Gracias amigo!

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    Actual US link (the above is still linking to Australia store)

    US link

  • +9 votes

    Spanish cheat sheet:

    Oh Trap Serve Be Zap - Another Beer
    Tent Go Ham Bread - I'm Hungry
    Puck E Two - A little, a few
    Moo Chop - A lot, much
    Done The Star Elle Van E O - Where is the bathroom?
    Bam Us A By Lark - Let's Dance
    S Toy Bow Rap Chow - I'm Wasted, I'm Drunk
    Free Hall Eat Us - Refried Beans
    On Us Tacky Eat Us - Some Tacos
    Moo E Calling N Tea - Very Hot
    Moo E When O - Very Good
    On Us Web Eat Us - Some Eggs
    Kerry Co. - Delicious
    No Law Z - I Don't Know
    Mess Zero - Waiter, Server
    Bend Pack Up Mama Sea Tap - Come Here Baby
    Bet Sammy Moo Chop - Kiss Me a Lot
    Manny Ana - Tomorrow
    Poor Fab Our - Please
    Viva Los Amigos - Hail The Friends

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    Our records show that you already purchased Spanish: Learn Spanish For Beginners Including Spanish Grammar, Spanish Short Stories and 1000+ Spanish Phrases on 18 April 2019.

    Oh the OzB loop :)

  • +2 votes

    Danke schön

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    How do you get free "kindleunlimited"?

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    There are German and Japanese books for free too

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    Drezbit krun voldecias !!!

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    Vielen Dank!!

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    Noob question.. Do you definitely need a kindle for these or could you download these or an app that would be compatible with it?

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    i'm going to be a polyglot soon

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    Thanks OP got them all…..BUT, i just opened the japanese essentials, some of the first pages the guide says 'Konnichiwa = Good Morning' and Ohayo = Afternoon' this rang alarm bells and it's definitely wrong…makes me wonder what else this guide got wrong >_>

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    "Japanese Language Learning"? These guys need to learn some English first…

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    Any book for English?

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