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Old June 04, 2017, 11:12 AM
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Which book should i start with for A1, help please

hello, I am new here and interested in learning spanish! Although I am learning out of pure interest to the culture and language, I am thinking i should progress according to the framework(A1, A2,....) for also practical reasons, can anyone suggest what would be good A1 level book .I've come across a few-
El Cronometro A1,
Preparacion Dele: Libro + CD - A1
,AULA INTERNACIONAL 1 (A1)
could use the advice though.
Thank you very much fot the help!
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Aula and Prisma series are good and well planned. I don't know about Prisma, but Aula includes a CD with exercises for listening comprehension and pronunciation.
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