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Welcome to the second volume of the Spanish Short Stories for Beginners Here you find 10 more stories to help you learn Spanish in a new and interesting way!  ¡HOLA! HELLO! Do you understand this first Spanish word? Yes, you do! Why? Because it was presented to you using a new technique that is making learning languages easier than ever – the Bilingual Reading. We created this book using this technique so that you can learn Spanish in a fast and fun way and whenever you want. How does this work?  It is simple: Bilingual Reading works by reading two versions of the same book or text at once. One version will be on the language you want to learn (in this case we will help you to learn Spanish) and the other version will be in your native language or some other language you are comfortable with – here we will use English. Using this method, you will quickly start discovering the meaning of the words in Spanish and accumulate vocabulary that will soon allow you to read texts that are more complex without having to spend hours and hours looking for every word meaning on a dictionary and trying hard to memorize it. In order to make it easier for you to learn Spanish in a fun way, we gathered in this book a very special group of Spanish short stories. These Spanish short stories for beginners were written using straightforward grammar that is comprehensible for beginners and that will help you rapidly gain more Spanish vocabulary and comprehension. Using Spanish English parallel text, this book will increase your bilingual reading comprehension skills and maximize the time you invest in reading. The book is organized as a Spanish learning book: you can start by reading each paragraph of each story in the two languages (in Spanish English parallel text), then move to read the full story in each language, rereading to consolidate the Spanish fundamentals whenever is necessary. This way you will feel the progress of Spanish language learning when moving from story to story and see your Spanish vocabulary grow as your bilingual reading comprehension increases - allows you to  learn Spanish easily and more than that, you can learn Spanish in a fast and fun way. You can even dedicate it a few moments every day so you can even learn Spanish in 10 minutes a day if you want! Let’s Start?

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Spanish Short Stories For Beginners (Volume 2)

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Table of contents

INTRODUCTION

PART 1 | STORIES STEP BY STEP

PART 2 | STORY BY STORY

PART 3 | ALL STORIES | ALL IN SPANISH

PART 4 | ALL STORIES | ALL IN ENGLISH

PART5 | ALL STORIES | ALL IN SPANISH AGAIN

CONCLUSION

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the second volume of the Spanish Short Stories for Beginners

Here you find 10 more stories to help you learn Spanish in a new interesting way!

¡HOLA!

HELLO!

Do you understand this first Spanish word? Yes, you do!

Why? Because it was presented to you using a new technique that is making learning languages easier than ever – the Bilingual Reading.

We created this book using this technique so that you can learn Spanish in a fast and fun way and whenever you want.

How does this work? It is simple: Bilingual Reading works by reading two versions of the same book or text at once.

One version will be on the language you want to learn (in this case we will help you to learn Spanish) and the other version will be in your native language or some other language you are comfortable with – here we will use English.

Using this method, you will quickly start discovering the meaning of the words in Spanish and accumulating vocabulary that will soon allow you to read texts that are more complex without having to spend hours and hours looking for every word meaning on a dictionary and trying hard to memorize it.

In order to make it easier for you to learn Spanish in a fun way, we gathered in a word a very special group of Spanish short stories. These Spanish short stories for beginners were written using straightforward grammar that is comprehensible for beginners and that will help you rapidly gain more Spanish vocabulary and comprehension.

Using Spanish English parallel text, this book will increase your bilingual reading comprehension skills and maximize the time you invest in reading.

The book is organized as a Spanish learning book: you can start by reading each paragraph of each story in the two languages (in Spanish English parallel text), then move to read the full story in each language, rereading to consolidate the Spanish fundamentals whenever is necessary.

This way you will feel the progress of Spanish language learning when moving from story to story and see your Spanish vocabulary grow as your bilingual reading comprehension increases - allows you to learn Spanish easily and more than that, you can learn Spanish in a fast and fun way. You can even dedicate it a few moments every day so you can even learn Spanish in 10 minutes a day if you want!

Let’s Start?

PART 1 | STORIES STEP BY STEP

Let’s Start!

In each of the following stories:

start by reading each paragraph of each story in Spanishthen read the same paragraph in your language, Englishthen reread the Spanish versionthen move to the next paragraph and repeat the same procedure

Step by step you will start understanding and memorizing more and more words in Spanish.

1 – EL DISCÍPULO | THE STUDENT

En nuestra escuela hay muchos discípulos. Carlos, Enrique y Pablo son discípulos. Ana, María y Elvira son discípulas. Juan es diligente.

In our school there are many students. Carlos, Enrique and Pablo are students. Ana, María and Elvira are students. Juan is diligent.

Carlos no es muy diligente. Algunas veces está muy perezoso. Elvira es más diligente que Juan

Carlos is not very diligent. Sometimes he is very lazy. Elvira is more diligent than Juan.

Juan está atento y es obediente. Carlos está desatento y es desobediente. No escucha atentamente. Cuando el maestro habla y explica Carlos no escucha. Él no aprende nada.

Juan is attentive and obedient. Carlos is inattentive and disobedient. Doesn’t listen carefully. When the teacher talks and explains Carlos does not listen. He does not learn anything.

En muchas escuelas hay discípulos y discípulas. En algunas esc uelas hay sólo discípulos y en otras escuelas hay sólo discípulas.

In many schools there are students. In some schools there are only male students and in other schools there are only female students.

2 - LA SALA DE CLASE | THE CLASSROOM

Entramos en la sala de clase por la puerta. La puerta es grande y ancha. Nuestra sala de clase tiene dos puertas y tres ventanas. Las ventanas son de vidrio y por ellas entran en la sala de clase la luz y el aire.

We enter the classroom through the door. The door is large and wide. Our classroom has two doors and three windows. The windows are made of glass and light and air enter the classroom.

En la sala de clase hay muchos bancos para los discípulos. Hay también una mesa para el maestro. La mesa del maestro está delante de la clase y en ella hay muchos libros, lápices y plumas.

In the classroom there are many chairs for the students. There is also a table for the teacher. The teacher's table is in front of the class and there are many books, pencils and pens on it.

Las mesas de los discípulos no son tan grandes como la mesa del maestro. En la mesa del discípulo hay también libros y lápices y plumas.

The tables of the students are not as big as the teacher's table. There are also books and pencils and pens on the students' table.

En mi mesa hay un cuaderno y una gramática. En su mesa de Vd. hay una pluma y papel. En la mesa de él hay un tintero y muchos libros. En el tintero está la tinta que es negra, azul o roja.

On my table there is a notebook and a grammar. There is a pen and paper on your table. On his table there is an inkwell and many books. In the inkwell is the ink that is black, blue or red.

3 - EL DISCÍPULO EN LA ESCUELA | THE STUDENT AT SCHOOL

El discípulo entra en la sala de clase. Él va a su banco y se sienta. Suena la campanilla y principia la lección de español. El maestro pregunta. El discípulo se levanta y responde.

The student enters the classroom. He goes to his chair and sits down. The bell rings and the Spanish lesson begins. The teacher asks. The student gets up and responds.

Él se sienta, abre su libro y lee una frase, dos frases. Él cierra su libro y repite las frases. Él habla alto y distintamente. Algunas veces habla bajo e indistintamente. Otras veces habla muy lentamente porque no ha estudiado su lección con diligencia.

He sits down, opens his book and reads a sentence, two sentences. He closes his book and repeats the phrases. He speaks loudly and distinctly. Sometimes he speaks low and indistinctly. Other times he speaks very slowly because he has not studied his lesson diligently

Hace calor en la sala de clase y un discípulo abre la ventana. Él abre también la puerta. Ahora hace demasiado frío y otro discípulo cierra la ventana y la puerta.