(back cover) Contractors and subcontractors . . . carpenters . . . plumbers . . . electricians . . . painters . . . and everyone else who works in today's construction industry q If you need to communicate with fellow workers in Spanish, here's the help you've been looking for! q If you work in any of the building trades, and if you need to speak with and understand Spanish-speaking workers, this book is for you! You won't find tedious grammar rules to memorize. Instead, you're given useful sets of terminology, ready-to-use phrases, and the pronunciation of every word. The focus is on everyday words and phrases that apply to the building trades and to the related skills and professions.Los dfas y los meses (lohs a#39;dee-ahs ee lohs a#39;meh-sehs) Check out the basic questions and answers related to the date (la fecha a lah a#39;feh-chah): Whata#39;s the date? On what date? ^Cual es la fecha? (kwahl ehs lah a#39;feh-chah) alt;, En que fecha?
|Title||:||Spanish for the Construction Trade|
|Author||:||William C. Harvey|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2007-08-03|