Amor en el supermercado (A2)

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(1 customer review)
A Spanish Easy Reader

Rubén is a handsome young Spanish architect with a passion for girls. That is, until the day he finds love… in a supermarket!

  • .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online)
  • .mobi (Kindle-compatible) and .epub (other ebook readers) available on request at no extra charge – just add a note to the order form or email us
  • 8 chapters to read and listen to
  • Comprehension questions to check your understanding
  • Spanish/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
  • Suitable for students at elementary level or above
  • Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)

Your e-book will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase.

£7.99

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A Spanish Easy Reader

Rubén is a handsome young Spanish architect with a passion for girls. That is, until the day he finds love… in a supermarket!

  • .pdf e-book (+ audio available free online)
  • .mobi (Kindle-compatible) and .epub (other ebook readers) available on request at no extra charge – just add a note to the order form or email us
  • 8 chapters to read and listen to
  • Comprehension questions to check your understanding
  • Spanish/English glossary of ‘difficult’ terms for the level
  • Suitable for students at elementary level or above
  • Download your Free Sample Chapter (.pdf)

Your e-book will be e-mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase.

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.epub ebook, .mobi (kindle compatible) ebook, .pdf ebook

1 review for Amor en el supermercado (A2)

  1. Richard Hudson (verified owner)

    A lovely little story, which helped a lot with my very elementary Spanish. The story line was interesting so at the end of each chapter I wanted to move on to the next chapter, but of course I couldn’t follow the story without learning a bit more Spanish first – an excellent way to teach a language, especially for someone who already knows quite a bit of Spanish grammar. (I should confess that I’m a retired grammarian, so I can cope; but I do wonder how grammar-free learners manage to work out what’s going on.)

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