The Restaurant and Bar English / Spanish - Spanish / English Dictionary
February 2006, ©2007
Immediately useful in the real world, The Restaurant & Bar English/Spanish Spanish/English Dictionary features terminology from general Latin American Spanish as well as slang, Spanglish, and regional variations. An easy-to-follow “Guide to Spanish Pronunciation” enables readers to use this dictionary without preparation or linguistic training and still effectively communicate with coworkers and staff.
About the Author.
How to Use This Dictionary.
PART I: ENGLISH-SPANISH DICTIONARY.
1. Emergency Numbers.
2. Emergency & Legal.
3. First Aid.
4. Human Resources.
5. Business Operations.
6. Dining & Bar Areas.
7. the Kitchen.
10. Maintenance & Transportation.
11. Basic Vocabulary.
PART II: SPANISH-ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
1. Numeros de emergencia.
2. Emergecnia Y Legal.
3. Primeros Auxilios.
4. Recursos Humanos.
5. Operaciones Comerciales.
6. Areas de Comida y Bebida.
7. La Cocina.
10. Mantenimiento y Transporte.
11. Vocabulario Basico.
Currently dividing her time between her ranch in Central Oregon and Los Angeles, where she lives with her dog Dylan, Maria writes for the adventure travel and equine markets as well as television and film.
Her other full-length works include the Horseman's English/Spanish Poster II, Horseman's German/English Dictionary, the Ultimate Horseman's English/Spanish Dictionary, Horse Sense, 365 of Wisdom, and Tales of Beverly Hills Bitch, a Canine Story.
A comprehensive, quick-reference designed to facilitate communication between English and Spanish speakers involved in the hospitality industry
Includes English-Spanish/Spanish-English equivalencies
Contains more than 5,000 of the most frequently used industry-specific words, phrases, and expressions commonly used in, and specific to the hospitality industry
Concentrates on general Latin American Spanish and includes slang, Spanglish, and regional variations
Includes an easy to follow 'Guide to Spanish Pronunciation' that enables the reader to use this dictionary without preparation or linguistic training