Juan Fernández con Learn Spanish with Stories (B2): Una chica triste - Spanish Intermediate / upper intermediate
Her name is Loli. She is young, overweight and always looks sad. Her mum keeps telling her she needs to lose weight. If she wants to get a boyfriend, she needs to be slim. And she needs to smile. Why does she always look sad? She needs to lose weight and smile more often. That's all she needs to be happy.
Una chica triste is a short story specially written for students at intermediate or upper-intermediate level of Spanish.
Learn Spanish by Reading
This book is carefully designed to help learners revise and consolidate key vocabulary and key grammar structures of intermediate or upper-intermediate level of Spanish (B2) by reading a naturally flowing text.
Reading short stories like Una chica triste is one of the most effective and pleasant ways to learn a Foreign Language. By reading, you can learn vocabulary and grammar structures in context, without memorising lists of isolated words or studying endless grammar rules.
A good story
However, Una chica triste is not just a book to learn Spanish. It is also a really interesting story. A story that you will actually want to read. A story, which, I hope, will catch your attention from the beginning and will keep you motivated till the end. A story you won't put down easily.
Una chica triste is a story that may keep you so intrigued you may forget the main purpose you started reading was to learn Spanish!