|"We must've been through hundreds of books already and we can't find him anywhere —"|
In the summer of 1995, the Daily Express promoted an eight-disc set of instructional CDs, which promised to teach Spanish in one week with "no books" and "no writing." The newspaper included a voucher in one issue that readers could use to pick up a free copy of Part Four of the set. It also offered the complete series by post, which was valued at £70.
An advertisement for a magic translator's services that appeared in the classified section of an issue of the Quibbler listed several languages available for translation, including the "Latin languages," which presumably included Spanish.