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This is the 7th edition with a publication date of 1/26/2004.
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As the best-selling introductory Spanish textbook in the United States,Puntos de partidahas long been a favorite of instructors across the country. For this new edition, the authors and editors ofPuntoshave turned to those very instructors to help formulate a plan that would respond to the needs of a changing discipline. We reached out to more than 160 students and instructors across the country, and the result is a thoroughly revised edition both in appearance and content.Puntoscontinues to provide the solid foundation in communicative language development that has become its hallmark. At the same time, instructor and student feedback have guided the development of the seventh edition in ways that enrich this foundation even more, and also bring to the materials a number of other important and exciting changes.