Antonio just moved to Santiago de Chile. He is new in school and doesn’t know anyone. He has a problem. Who can help him? He sees Adela – a girl from biology class. He is nervous, but he walks over and asks her for help. With Adela’s help and friendship, Antonio adjusts to his new school. As he meets new classmates, he is befriended by Félix and Elena. But what are their true intentions? As their relationships grow and change, Antonio and his new friends face new realities and challenging decisions.
Spanish easy reader for beginners, with a special feature: every chapter is a little longer and a little more difficult than the previous chapter. Read yourself to a higher level in one book!
- 49 pages of text
- written in present tense
- discussion questions for each chapter at the end of the book
- setting: Santiago de Chile
"We have all been in this situation at one point or another: how to make friends in a new school, job or neighbourhood? How do you know who you can trust and who you can't trust? This simple story addresses this topic in a very effective manner."
Information for teachers
The step-by-step structure of this book motivates students who have only just started to read Spanish. The first chapter is short and easy to understand, which gives students an instant success experience, leading them to the second chapter full of confidence. This way, they build up their reading skills until they can read the last and longest chapter without effort. The topics are perfect for teenagers: the sense to be an outsider, friendship, infatuation, trust and distrust.
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