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You might like Duolingo even better, online and free.

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A DVD vendor in the tianguis in Ajijic used to have Rosetta Stone.  You may want to ask around there.  Personally I like Duolingo more.

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Thanks. I tried Duolingo but it was too much typing and I prefer to do language acquisition the native way. I had some classes years ago in high school and worked with a lot of Spanish speakers in my career. Duolingo is too much repetition for me at this stage. The guy at the tianguis, Taylor, who was mentioned in a book has not been there and I was wondering if anyone else knew of a source.

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Hard copies are available to purchase online from several sources.

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