Practice Your Spanish! #2: Reading and translation practice for people learning Spanish

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This book is not for beginners. It is for anyone learning Spanish or who wants to improve their Spanish language skills. The idea is simple: lots of bilingual texts (Spanish-English) to practice reading comprehension, plus exercises to translate single sentences from English into Spanish.

Everything is in Spanish and English, so exercises are useful to readers of different levels of ability in Spanish. However, the book is aimed primarily at high school and college students of Spanish, or anyone else who has already acquired a working knowledge of the language.

There are five units in the book, each one offering a mixture of single sentences and longer texts. Every example of Spanish is followed (usually on the next page) by a translation into English. This allows readers to ‘click’ through as much material as they want, even if it’s just a sentence of two at a time.

This book is not a textbook and contains no grammar exercises! It is an additional resource to help learners of Spanish improve their language skills. However, the texts themselves contain a wide variety of grammatical structures, tenses, and set expressions in Spanish. The vocabulary is also rich and varied. But don’t worry if you don’t understand everything--a full translation into English is just one click away!

A note on the translations: we have tried to provide good, straightforward translations of all material in this book. But remember that there are potentially many ways of translating any sentence.

Keywords: learn Spanish, improve Spanish, advanced Spanish skills, Spanish exam practice, college Spanish, bilingual language learning texts, Spanish-English translation 

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Juvenile Nonfiction / Foreign Language Study / Spanish
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Sam Fuentes
This book is not for beginners. It is for anyone learning Spanish or who wants to improve their Spanish language skills. The idea is simple: lots of bilingual texts (Spanish-English) to practice reading comprehension, plus exercises to translate single sentences from English into Spanish.

Everything is in Spanish and English, so exercises are useful to readers of different levels of ability in Spanish. However, the book is aimed primarily at high school and college students of Spanish, those taking Spanish SATs, or anyone else who has already acquired a working knowledge of the language.

There are five units in the book, each one offering a mixture of single sentences and longer texts. Every example of Spanish is followed (usually on the next page) by a translation into English. This allows readers to ‘click’ through as much material as they want, even if it’s just a sentence of two at a time.

This book is not a textbook and contains no grammar exercises! It is an additional resource to help learners of Spanish improve their language skills. However, the texts themselves contain a wide variety of grammatical structures, tenses, and set expressions in Spanish. The vocabulary is also rich and varied. But don’t worry if you don’t understand everything--a full translation into English is just one click away!

Innovations for Book 3: There’s a new section of multiple choice questions in each unit, which test both grammatical knowledge and vocabulary. Also, the long texts at the end of each unit in this book are all taken from one (very long) article, which is given in full at the end of the book.

A note on the translations: We have tried to provide good, straightforward translations of all material in this book. But remember that there are potentially many ways of translating any sentence.

Keywords: Spanish SATs, learn Spanish, improve Spanish, advanced Spanish skills, Spanish exam practice, college Spanish, bilingual language learning texts, Spanish-English translation 

Sam Fuentes
This book is not for beginners. It is for anyone learning Spanish or who wants to improve their Spanish language skills. The idea is simple: lots of bilingual texts (Spanish-English) to practice reading comprehension, plus exercises to translate single sentences from English into Spanish.

Everything is in Spanish and English, so exercises are useful to readers of different levels of ability in Spanish. However, the book is aimed primarily at high school and college students of Spanish, those taking Spanish SATs, or anyone else who has already acquired a working knowledge of the language.

There are five units in the book, each one offering a mixture of single sentences and longer texts. Every example of Spanish is followed (usually on the next page) by a translation into English. This allows readers to ‘click’ through as much material as they want, even if it’s just a sentence of two at a time.

This book is not a textbook and contains no grammar exercises! It is an additional resource to help learners of Spanish improve their language skills. However, the texts themselves contain a wide variety of grammatical structures, tenses, and set expressions in Spanish. The vocabulary is also rich and varied. But don’t worry if you don’t understand everything--a full translation into English is just one click away!

Innovations for Book 3: There’s a new section of multiple choice questions in each unit, which test both grammatical knowledge and vocabulary. Also, the long texts at the end of each unit in this book are all taken from one (very long) article, which is given in full at the end of the book.

A note on the translations: We have tried to provide good, straightforward translations of all material in this book. But remember that there are potentially many ways of translating any sentence.

Keywords: Spanish SATs, learn Spanish, improve Spanish, advanced Spanish skills, Spanish exam practice, college Spanish, bilingual language learning texts, Spanish-English translation 

Sam Fuentes
Este libro no es para principiantes. Es para aquellos que están aprendiendo inglés o que quieren mejorar sus conocimientos de la lengua inglesa. La idea es simple: textos bilingües (inglés-español) para practicar la comprensión lectora, además de ejercicios para traducir frases individuales del español al inglés.


Todo está en inglés y también en español, así que los ejercicios son útiles para lectores de diferentes niveles de habilidad en inglés. Sin embargo, el libro está dirigido principalmente a estudiantes de secundaria y universitarios, o a cualquier otra persona que ya ha adquirido un conocimiento medio del idioma.


Hay cinco unidades en el libro, y cada una ofrece una mezcla de frases individuales y textos más largos. Cada ejemplo de inglés va seguido (generalmente en la siguiente página) por una traducción al español. Esto permite que el lector pueda hacer ‘clic’ en todo el material que quiera, aunque solo sea un par de frases.


Este libro no es un libro de texto, ¡y no tiene ningún ejercicio de gramática! Es un recurso adicional para ayudar a los alumnos de inglés a mejorar sus habilidades lingüísticas. Sin embargo, los textos contienen una amplia variedad de estructuras gramaticales, tiempos verbales y expresiones en inglés. El vocabulario también es rico y variado. Pero no te preocupes si no entiendes todo--¡con un solo ‘clic’ ya tienes una traducción completa al español!


Textos largos: al final de cada unidad hay un texto largo. Son cinco en total, y cada uno forma parte de un artículo muy largo. Este artículo aparece íntegramente al final del libro.


Una nota sobre las traducciones. Hemos procurado proporcionar traducciones útiles y sencillas de todo el material en este libro. Pero recuerda que existen muchas formas posibles de traducir cualquier oración.

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