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A Trip Down Read to Speak Spanish Memory Lane

This Spanish story is designed to help you learn to read and speak Spanish fast. It targets the high frequency words you'll hear in most everyday conversations. The more you read and hear these words in context the more likely you are to be able to use them like a native speaker. Read the "Why Read Spanish?" article for more information on the benefits of reading Spanish.If you want additional exposure to high frequency words, check out the Spanish eBooks available on Amazon Kindle. 


Óscar el jaguar sabio

Óscar el jaguar sabio


Óscar el jaguar sabio

Hay un jaguar sabio. Su nombre es Óscar. Es un jaguar guatemalteco. Vive en la selva, lejos de las personas. Óscar vive en una casa pequeña. La casa está al lado de un río. Todos los días el jaguar sabio va al río. Mira su reflejo en el agua. Cuando mira su reflejo Óscar piensa: «Sé que no estoy en el agua. Pero parece que estoy en el agua».

Óscar es un jaguar filósofo.

Read a Story in Spanish

This Spanish story is designed to help you learn to read and speak Spanish fast. It targets the high frequency words you'll hear in most everyday conversations. The more you read and hear these words in context the more likely you are to be able to use them like a native speaker. Read the "Why Read Spanish?" article for more information on the benefits of reading Spanish.If you want additional exposure to high frequency words, check out the Spanish eBooks available on Amazon Kindle. 


Read Spanish: Hay un hombre que está en Starbucks.

Read Spanish: Hay un hombre que está en Starbucks.


Sonia está en Starbucks.

Está tomando un café solo.

También lee un libro.

Emilio entra en el café.

Emilio es muy guapo.

Por accidente, Sonia derrama su café cuando ve a Emilio.

Emilio viene a la mesa donde está Sonia y sonríe.

¿Qué le dice Emilio a Sonia?

This Spanish story has an open ending. If you have a creative way for this story to end, leave me a message in the comments. 

Short Spanish Story

This Spanish story is designed to help you learn to read and speak Spanish fast. It targets the high frequency words you'll hear in most everyday conversations. The more you read and hear these words in context the more likely you are to be able to use them like a native speaker. Read the "Why Read Spanish?" article for more information on the benefits of reading Spanish.If you want additional exposure to high frequency words, check out the Spanish eBooks available on Amazon Kindle. 


Read to Speak Spanish — Lupe escucha un toque a la puerta

Read to Speak Spanish — Lupe escucha un toque a la puerta


Lupe está en su casa.

 Ella está leyendo un libro de terror.

Lupe escucha un toque en la puerta.

Ella abre la puerta, pero no hay nadie.

Lupe tiene mucho miedo.

This Spanish story has an open ending. In the comments leave me a message that finishes the story by answering the question: "¿Qué hace Lupe?"

Read Spanish Comics

This comic is designed to provide comprehensible input for you to learn Spanish fast and in a natural way. If you want exposure to additional vocabulary, check out our free Spanish videos. You can also take a look at the books that are available on Amazon. 

Read to Speak Spanish — Marcelo el bebé maleducado
Read to Speak Spanish — Marcelo el bebé maleducado 1
Read to Speak Spanish — Marcelo el bebé maleducado

Cierra el pico — Shut your mouth. Lit. Shut your beak. 

Read Spanish — Short Story Thursday

This reading is designed to help you learn to read and speak Spanish by targeting high frequency words. These are the words that appear over and over again in every day Spanish. The more times you see, hear, and understand these words the more you will acquire. If you want to review some high frequency words before you read, check out the free Read to Speak Spanish videos.



El papa estaba en Filadelfia.

No sabía por qué, pero no tenía hambre.

El papa quería un apetito.

Así que él decidió hacer ejercicio.

Corrió por las calles de Filadelfia.

Después de correr tenía hambre.

Entonces el papa comió una piña y estaba muy contento.


Read Spanish Questions — ¿Te gusta correr?

Read Spanish Questions — ¿Te gusta correr?