¿Habla usted español? ¡Ahora usted puede! Playing My Spanish Coach for 15 to 20 minutes a day is all you need to become fluent in Spanish. This title teaches the basics of word, use, grammar and construction of phrases through minigames and evaluates your progress. There are 1000 interactive lessons designed with Spanish teachers, 10,000 words and 400 phrases, including pronunciation tests using the built-in DS microphone. An added feature of the game is the ability to look up words or phrases in English or Spanish by list, keyword, categories or by your favorites.
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8 touchpad mini-games to sharpen your mastery of the language at your own pace
Track your progress with charts showing your performance learning the language
Simple touch screen interface makes it perfect for anyone of any age
My Spanish Coach is rated
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Rated 3 out of
Sort of DatedBought this wanting to learn the language. The interface for the game is a bit dated now. Does do good job of introducing new words but not as much application. Would like to see updates of these type of games.
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 4 out of
I have mixed feelings about this game.The game is a wonderful learning tool. It's especially great if you are taking a Spanish class as well, like me. It's only great for learning key words and sentences that would be utible when you are surrounded in a Spanish- speaking enviournment. This game will not make you a fluent Spanish speaker. I think the reference part of this game was a good touch because it will help in difficult situations. When it comes to sound, lasting appeal, and gameplay, the story changes. First of all, the sound is great when you have earphones on, but when you don't wish to use the earphones the pronunciation of the words is difficult to understand. Even with earphones, sometimes the pronunciation of certain words is confusing. The lasting appeal of this game is a problem because you have to really want to learn Spanish in order to finish this game. I can only learn two lessons a day before I get bored. In fact, I stopped playing this game completely and I just started playing it again because I'm bored. Lastly, the gameplay is average because I don't enjoy how you have to play each game a million times in order to get to the next lesson. Even though you are practicing the words more, it's what makes the game boring. In short, this game is kind of overrated, but if you are extremely interested in learning Spanish, this game is for you.
Date published: 2011-07-30
Rated 4 out of
Great Way To Learn SpanishThis game is a great way to learn Spanish. The games are a great way to help you enjoy learning the words, but get dull after a while. Overall, if you want to learn Spanish, I'd recommend My Spanish Coach.
Date published: 2011-03-15
Rated 4 out of
Xemik Coldsmith from
Great for beginers...I have purchased this product to see how it compares to taking Spanish classes in school. I would have to say that this game teaches you a lot about Spanish and how to speak it correctly and fluently. But it does not compare to real classes. I have taken four years of Spanish and would say that this game would cover about one year worth of instruction in school. For those people who already know Spanish this is a great refresher if you have forgotten something, and the dictionary is excellent. But for those of you who would like to learn how to speak the Spanish language, I would RENT this game first if you can to see if it is worth your time, if you like it and want to learn Spanish, go ahead and buy this game, but if you do not like it, I would not buy it. But remember this, if you really want to learn Spanish, go take classes.