Spanish Travelogues

AlanJ

If I am a beginner, what is the best way to incorporate these? Do I wait?

marieg-rocket languages

Hi AlanJ, 

We recommend the Travelogues for intermediate or advanced learners because there are no explanations of tenses or structures, it is just the conversations and the stories of two people traveling through Latin America; but it doesn't mean you would not be able to take it... If you already have it, give it a try and see how you feel with it and try to take it little by little, otherwise, you can wait a bit until you feel more comfortable. 

Kind Regards!
 

Steven-W15

Just my two bits  from a learner (not beginner) who has taken the Spanish Travelogue.

As Marie stated, this is definitely not the best place to start.

I would, however, recommend the course to anyone who is planning on traveling in Latin America even if you're not at an advanced level. The (extremely useful) phrases in each lesson are presented in order of difficulty so you could stop once they got too difficult. The itinerary that these two people follow is also incredible  - there are some great ideas in there that I would like to follow up on.
 

marieg-rocket languages

Thank you Steven; I agree, it made me want to travel to South America hehehe

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