Looking for Spanish novels?
I know how tough it is to find good readings to learn a new language.
You don't usually have a large vocabulary or are able to understand long and complex sentences.
You'd like to go right to the fun stuff, but maybe it's too hard for you now.
A typical Spanish audiobook isn't interesting or just plain boring.
But this audiobook is not like that.
Learning with Spanish Novels is easy and straightforward. Forget about difficult long texts with English translations. This audiobook will take you to the next level in less time. Improving your Spanish can be lots of fun.
A Spanish audiobook for pre-intermediates (A2) both fun and easy, Pasaje de ida is the ninth audiobook of the Spanish Novels series. This pre-intermediate Spanish audiobook is packed with useful expressions you need in everyday situations: greetings, asking questions, talking to friends, etc. Anyone who has a basic command of the Spanish language can take advantage of this audiobook. I assume you know your pronouns, articles, and the most used verbs/nouns in Spanish. You also need to know simple present, past, and future tenses.
George is a successful fashion photographer living in London. He has a nice flat and lots of money. But he is not happy with his job. He would like to leave England and discover the world. And that's exactly what he does. He buys a one-way ticket to Argentina. The following months he'll live as a backpacker in South America. And his life will change forever.
This Spanish audiobook for pre-intermediates will show you the most used grammar structures in different situations. As the difficulty level is just right you will learn and enjoy it at the same time. There's no doubt about it: An intermediate Spanish audiobook is the perfect place to keep improving the language.
Why Spanish Novels:
- Short sentences
- Short chapters
- Easy vocabulary
- Simple grammar
- Everyday dialogues
If you are familiar with common structures of the language you can tackle this novel. An intermediate Spanish audiobook is supposed to be listened by language learners, isn't it? What would be the point to stuff the audiobook with difficult grammar, translations, and the like? It'd make no sense! The best you can do is work your way up with easy readings. Once you finish some Spanish novels you'll have learned a lot about the language in everyday situations.
Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.