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Play & Learn Spanish is the fast, fun, and friendly way to learn to speak Spanish!

Get ready for an exciting and entertaining challenge as you match the pictures to the words you hear, and see how high you can score. You’ll be surprised by how much Spanish you’ve learned while you play! Over 700 words and phrases with entertaining visuals help you learn quickly and speak with confidence.

Listen to and speak aloud Spanish words and phrases while you explore settings such as the supermarket, restaurant, and city streets. Play & Learn Spanish is easy and effective for beginners and travelers and a fun refresher for advanced and intermediate speakers!

Features

  • Includes Game Mode and Learn Mode
  • Features over 700 everyday words and phrases
  • Learn spoken and written Latin American Spanish
  • Subjects and situations include city streets, restaurant, supermarket, classroom, doctor's office, home, family, and more.
  • Match pictures to the words you hear in Game Mode
  • Situations include the market, city, home and more

Game Review

Review

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Posted by Zach Kaplan

¿Plus ultra?

A good pocket translator can cost hundreds of dollars, so it's no surprise that some smart software studios would see an incentive in offering DSi and 3DS owners an affordable alternative. So far we've only seen the average 4 TRAVELLERS – Play Spanish...

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