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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Dec 24, 2007.
Got to fix that boxart...sorry!
Do games like this really improve your language skills.
Cool, you use your Wiimote to point the landscapers to an area they missed.
Nonverbal language skills are improved also.
I hope this works better than my word coach I can't recall even one new word after hours of play on that.
EDIT: this is exactly the same as my word coach, but with Spanish words. Full title should be My Spanish Word Coach.
I don't understand why they have made the Wii versions inferior to the DS surely the DVD has the space for pronounciation sound files even the text would be nice.
One definition per word is poor too considering the space.
Someone knows which languages are supported?
am wondering the same ^
is dutch included? else it wont be of that much use for my mom
Si estas eso videojuego en espanol?
(That sentence took me three years of spanish class to learn, and i prolly got it wrong.)
It would be nice if US got My Japanese Coach.
This game is great. Playing it, has made my Spanish much more fluent y ahora hablo español perfectamente.
is it because you're from spain?
Spanish isn't a language. Its a hierarchy. Cuban, Mexican, and Venezuelan are lanugages. Spanish is some contrived idea of people from Spain.
I say this in jest, but with some truth behind it: I am cuban. My friend is Venezuelan and we argue on how to say alot of spanish words.
Is this actually any hmm help for learning spanish?
I've always wanted to learn it. (Ok not always, just got the idea 2 minutes ago)
Actually, "spanish" as of it, is not properly a language. In Spain, our official language es "Castillian"("castellano" in spanish), which has its origins at the spanish province of "Castilla" (somewhat a "castle" in english), as also exists Catalan, Galician and Basque, everyone of them from their own places (Catalonya, Galicia ans Basque Country respectively). Obviously, Spain exported its language worlwide, and "spanish castillian" is known simply as "spanish" (that same shame way "north americans" call themselves "americans"). What people speak in america is that same "spanish-castillian" language from Spain, but with their own words and expressions, turning it into their own "dialect".
BTW, merry xmas and happy holidays (to be politically correct )
hmm, spanish eh?
hows the game?? is there a history/culture message board?
if you are going to be insulting, you should at least use proper grammar.
does anyone know if this would be good for someone with little or no spanish knowledge? would it be good for learning or is it more for people who have a basic knowledge of the language already?
So is this game MULTI??
By the way, Americains it's just for USA, not all north america....
sure... I know canadians are more sensate, modest and less arrogant than people from United States...
Uh you forget better hockey players..., oh is that a strike against the modest category or does anybody else
care about hockey?