Spanish Made Easy: Authors Provide a New, Easier Method for Learning Spanish

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Spanish Made Easy offers a different method that introduces an easier, more efficient approach to understanding present, past and future of every verb in Spanish.

Adriana Kadoori and Louis Chambers bring readers a new, innovative approach for learning the past, present and future tenses of the Spanish language in their new book, Spanish Made Easy: Present, Past and Future (now available at,, or Author's website: The authors' goal is to create a more efficient method for understanding and speaking Spanish, without requiring beginners to learn the grammar.

The first part of the book contains the present, past and future tenses of 50 verbs, along with the correct pronunciations.

The second part contains personal pronouns, singular and plural articles, prepositions, adverbs of time, numbers, days of the week, months of the year, seasons and time. This section concludes with vocabulary and pronunciations required for various situations, including meeting someone, visiting a hotel, eating at a restaurant, going to the airport, emergencies and shopping.

Kadoori was born in Colombia (South America) and she is currently living in San Diego. She has been a Spanish teacher and translator for many years and written professional translations for major corporations such as Home Depot and Delta Airlines.

Chambers had been in the hospitality industry for more than 25 years. He has recognized the necessity and importance of the Spanish language in the business world.

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