Habla Español? No, But I Can Try to Help You: Practical Spanish for the Reference Desk

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Item Number: 
978-0-8389-7524-4
Published: 
1991
Publisher: 
RUSA
Pages: 
18
Width: 
5 14"
Height: 
8 12"
Format: 
Softcover
  • Description
  • Table of Contents
  • About the Authors

This library phrase booklet is patterned after the ones used by travelers. It contains the sorts of phrases most likely to be used in a library by Spanish-speaking patrons and possible responses by the person at the reference desk. It is designed for use in academic and public libraries.

Introduction
1.
The Phrase Book
a. Directional Questions
b. Directional Answers
c. The Reference Interview
2. Glossary
a. Spanish to English
b. English to Spanish
3. Computer-Related Glossary
a. Spanish to English
b. English to Spanish

Patricia Promis

Patricia Promis is a team leader and Maria Segura Hoopes is a reference librarian at the University of Arizona-Tucson.

Maria Segura Hoopes

Maria Segura Hoopes is a reference librarian at the University of Arizona-Tucson

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