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Sid's Adventures in Spain

Sid's Adventures in Spain
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Sid’s Adventures in Spain - Paperback Book - 130  pages - 14,95 Euros

Sid’s Adventures in Spain is a bilingual reading book which contains a wealth of language resources for students of Spanish and English. As well as a superb language tool, it is also the humorous tale of an ordinary Englishman who decides to move to Spain on his retirement. He has no idea of the problems, challenges and joys that await him. The book tells the story of the familiar and often hilarious situations he finds himself in as he adapts to his new life. 

The first chapter of the book is below.  This is a .jpeg image that you can right-click and save for printing.

Las Aventuras de Sid en España es un libro de lectura bilingüe que contiene una abundancia de recursos lingüísticos para estudiantes de inglés y español.    Además de una herramienta de aprendizaje excelente, es la historia divertida de un inglés que decide mudarse a España después de jubilarse. No tiene ni idea de los problemas, desafíos y alegrías que le esperan.  Este libro nos cuenta las situaciones familiares y a veces muy divertidas por las que pasa Sid mientras se adapta a su nueva vida.

 Sid's Adventures in Spain Chapter One

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