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Spanish Short Stories For Beginners (Easy Spanish) - 50 dialogues and short stories with bilingual reading and Penguins images to learn Spanish the fun way - cover

Spanish Short Stories For Beginners (Easy Spanish) - 50 dialogues and short stories with bilingual reading and Penguins images to learn Spanish the fun way

Mobile Library

Publisher: Mobile Library

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Summary

I will go home now. =  Ahora voy a ir a casa.
Did you understand this first word in Spanish?
Yes, you did - this is Easy Spanish!


How?
Because you read it using a new technique: bilingual reading (parallel text).

How it works?
It's simple: bilingual reading works by reading two versions of the same book or text at the same time.

One version is in the language you want to learn (in this case, we'll help you learn Spanish) and the other version is in your native language or in another language that you feel comfortable with: here we will use English.

This way, you can use short stories to learn Spanish the fun way with the bilingual reading natural method.

Using this method, you will quickly begin to discover the meaning of words in Spanish and accumulate vocabulary quickly.

To captivate everyone, this book brings together 50 amazing Penguins images with short, simple, funny texts written in your native language and in the language you want to learn.

Little by little in this spanish book for kids or adults you will see that everyone is memorizing more vocabulary in an easy, fast and fun way. It's a great spanish vocabulary language learning resource.

Let's start learning Spanish?
Come on, it's going to be fun - Penguins will help you learn!

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