Lola le ofrece su ayuda para encontrar a los estafadores.La responsable de una agencia de detectives privados tendrá que hacer frente no solo a los casos que se le presentan, sino también a las dificultades de ser mujer en un mundo reservado tradicionalmente a los hombres.
Todas las lecturas están disponibles en edición con y sin audio e incluyen notas sobre aspectos socioculturales, así como ejercicios de comprensión escrita.
Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.
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My biggest problem with learning Spanish (having taken 3 Spanish courses in the past) has been associating the sounds of the language with the written words - this has led to me being able to read Spanish fine, but not being able understand the spoken language (a real problem!) For me, listening to the audio of this book while reading the free transcript was a great way to learn how Spanish words sound.
The narrator mostly speaks relatively slowly, but in some scenes speaks more rapidly - this is great practice for someone like me who is mainly trying to learn to distinguish between the sounds of the language.
The story was also pretty interesting as well - I was at least interested enough to find out the ending! And it has nice cultural references as well, which made me nostalgic for Barcelona and Spain. I can't wait to continue reading and advancing through this series!
I was looking for audiobooks with simple Spanish language and was listening to children's books, but this is better. The story is reasonably entertaining and well read. I was able to follow along quite well. I'm an intermediate Spanish speaker, still struggling with the grammar
"Good for beginners"
If you are at the level of beginner going onto intermediate Spanish learner, then this books would be to be at that correct level for you. I benefited from reducing the speed of narration in the Audible app to 0.75 for the first read. Straightforward story, good vocabulary consolidating a beginners vocab with perhaps a few new words depending on what you have read before. This one seems to be the easiest of the series to understand, so a good starting point.
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