A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish
Call Number: PC4112 .B88 2011, Reference
3000 Locuciones Verbales y Combinaciones Frecuentes
Call Number: PC4271 .R53 2011, 3rd floor
La Excepción en la Gramática Española. Perspectivas De
Call Number: PC4107 .E93 2010, 3rd floor
English Grammar for Students of Spanish:
Call Number: PE1099 .S65 2007, 3rd floor
Style, Usage, and Errors in Usage
El libro del español correcto : claves para hablar y escribir bien en español by
Call Number: PC4410 .L53 2012 - 3rd floor
Publication Date: 2012Instituto Cervantes
The Writer's Reference Guide to Spanish
Call Number: REF PC4410 .F68 1999
Authoritative guide to written language usage for writers and editors of Spanish. Comprehensive information on how the Spanish language is copyedited for publication.
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501 Spanish Verbs
Call Number: PC4271 .K38 2003, Reference
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This collection of ten video clips was specially created to help students understand casual, conversational Spanish. The clips center on a group of young friends living in Madrid. (Spanish with optional English subtitles)
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Suenos: World Spanish
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La Buena Vida!-in Spanish
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10 videos of approximately 3 minutes each that help teach different aspects of Spanish language and culture.