This book offers 39 Spanish short stories for upper beginner and intermediate students, written mostly in the present, past, and future tenses, designed to take you from simple to complex grammar structures, on a variety of topics.
You will find inspiring and motivational stories, as well as anecdotes on many subjects, ranging from geography and nature to history, psychology, and philosophy.
Research shows that, when learning a new language, students who read for pleasure make the most progress on vocabulary acquisition and are better at understanding grammar structures.
Short Stories to Learn Spanish, Vol. 1: For Beginners and Intermediate Students will help Spanish students from levels A2, B1, and B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages learn or practice Spanish, acquire new vocabulary, and go over the most used grammar structures without even thinking about grammar. Also, by focusing on short texts, you will remain engaged, focused, and motivated when you achieve specific learning goals.
These stories have been written in plain Spanish, without technicalities or difficult vocabulary that requires continually looking up for words in the dictionary.
The book also includes useful learning support features:
- Audiobook included.
- Basic Spanish vocabulary.
- Grammar clues.
- Comprehension questions.
- Description of keywords.
- A review of the verbs used in each story in different tenses.