This edition of L'Espagnol sans peine quickly immerses you in the language and culture of Spain. Within a few chapters, you have learned not only the hellos and goodbyes, but also about going out for tapas, what Spaniards eat for breakfast and why the word for you is Usted. Do note that this is a book for French speakers. This leads to quirks like introducing the present perfect (equivalent to the French passé composé) early on, even though in Spanish you're more likely to use the preterit (simple past) to talk about past events. Still, this is a great offering to get comfortable with the Spanish language.