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Ruined by lack of contents, could learn from the books that cover other languages in the series
on 21 April 2015
I have the equivalent book in this series for German grammar, so thought this would be just as good.
The information is clear and useful, and just like the German book it is split into two parts, a quick overview of the grammar and then practical uses of it in part B. I mostly wanted this for part B, as I found the German equivalent was very helpful in providing useful examples of language for my assignments, I recall it had a brief section on giving presentations.
However, the Spanish version doesn't really match up to that. What is there is useful and clear, but there could be so much more.
The layout for the Kindle version is actually quite good and clear to read (I'm just reading it on my computer for now though) , but what it really needs is a contents page. As others have said, this does not exist. The German version has a full contents page with links to take you to the section - this Spanish grammar book does not even have a list specifying what page to look up. This is a less of an issue if you know what you are going to be looking up (it's pretty easy to just do a search on kindle books) but in a reference book such as this, designed to be flicked through back and forth, it really is not up to scratch. I just hope that if they ever provide an update we get it for free, as this completely ruins the digital version.