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Vocabulary Lists Top Ways to Practice Your Spanish Reading Skills

Top Ways to Practice Your Spanish Reading Skills

Las mejores maneras de practicar leer en espaรฑol
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Read books.
Lee libros.
Read books.
Use the time while on public transport or waiting.
Utiliza de tu tiempo cuando uses transporte pรบblico o estรฉs esperando.
Use the time while on public transport or waiting.
Pick books and texts suitable for your level.
Elige libros y textos de acuerdo a tu nivel.
Pick books and texts suitable for your level.
Learn to read as fast as possible.
Aprende a leer rapido.
Learn to read as fast as possible.
Slow down your reading and try to think about the text and its meaning.
Lee lentamente y analiza el texto y su significado.
Slow down your reading and try to think about the text and its meaning.
Read the book you enjoyed most again.
Lee tu libro preferido otra vez.
Read the book you enjoyed most again.
Have your dictionary ready to help improve your vocabulary.
Ten tu diccionario listo para mejorar tu vocabulario.
Have your dictionary ready to help improve your vocabulary.
Practice reading each day regularly.
Practica a leer regularmente cada dรญa.
Practice reading each day regularly.
Prepare the best possible conditions for reading with a good chair, enough light, and so on.
Prepara tu espacio para leer con una buena silla, suficiente luz, entre otras cosas.
Prepare the best possible conditions for reading with a good chair, enough light, and so on.
Ask questions and evaluate your reading habits.
Haz preguntas y evalua tus habitos de lectura.
Ask questions and evaluate your reading habits.
Summarize what you read after you finish reading a text.
Resume lo que haz leido cuanto termines de leerlo.
Summarize what you read after you finish reading a text.
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SpanishPod101.com
Sunday at 9:36 pm
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Hola Mary,

@Brian,


Thank you very much for your positive feedback! :)


@Barbara,


Thank you for posting.


Have you already checked out our special series Extensive Reading in Spanish for Absolute Beginners:

https://www.spanishpod101.com/lesson-library/extensive-reading-in-spanish-for-absolute-beginners/

In every lesson, you get a fun and simple book, and an audio lesson to listen along with. The goal is to help you read simple Spanish sentences with confidence.

And you can download the pdf by clicking on the disk icon below the lessonโ€™s title and choosing โ€œBook in PDFโ€.


We hope this helps!


In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Sincerely,

Cristiane

Team SpanishPod101.com

Mary
Sunday at 8:17 pm
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Good lesson.

Brian Littleton
Thursday at 3:43 am
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๐Ÿ˜„Good to review again

Barbara Spalding
Wednesday at 1:17 pm
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Done puedo encontrar libros a mi nivel de appender?

SpanishPod101.com
Wednesday at 12:19 pm
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Hola Brian,


Thank you for your comment.

We're happy to know you enjoy the lessons, and also appreciate any feedback to improve new lessons.

Sigamos practicando!


Saludos,

Carla

Team SpanishPod101.com

SpanishPod101.com
Wednesday at 12:17 pm
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Hola Fatima,


Thank you for your feedback.

We will consider this for new lessons, though you can use the speed tool on the lessons and slow them down for better understanding.

Sigamos practicando!


Saludos,

Carla

Team SpanishPod101.com

SpanishPod101.com
Wednesday at 12:10 pm
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Hola tunococ,


Thank you for your question.

"haz" here is in the imperative mood second person singular. ๐Ÿ˜„

The sentence is correct.


Saludos,

Carla

Team SpanishPod101.com

Brian Littleton
Friday at 11:43 am
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?Do wish the speakers would speak more slowly and enunciate better, each word, they're not talking to spanish speakers, they're speaking to gringos who are attempting to learn so we can better communicate

Brian Littleton
Friday at 11:40 am
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??glad to see we're making progress here, hope that I am making progress too.

Fatima Williamson
Thursday at 2:40 pm
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Hello, I'm enjoying the lesson but I wish the speakers spoke more slowly, as a beginner it's hard to follow.

with respect,

Fatima