Quechua (Lonely Planet Phrasebooks) by Serafin Coronel-Molina epub pdf fb2Title: Quechua (Lonely Planet Phrasebooks)
Author: Serafin Coronel-Molina
Publisher: Lonely Planet; 3 edition (July 1, 2008)
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Trekking in the Andes will give your legs a workout, and this phrasebook will work your conversational skills at the same time. Word up on the Native American language of South America: you don't want to be tongue-tied on a mountain and have to charade 'I have a cramp', do you?Two-way dictionary Guide to pronunciation and phrase-building Understand when someone tells you the time by the sun Practicalities - how to catch a bus or find a doctor
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Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet, and Serafin M Coronel-Molina.
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