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Spanish books for practice.

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Gracias a los corsarios españoles! Ahora yo puedo leer "Una Cancion de Hielo y Fuego" en español. Voy a ver mis personajes favoritos morir de nuevo...

Reading books you know and have read but in the language you're learning can be a big help to learning a language. So I've started off on "Una Cancion de Hielo y Fuego"--A Song of Ice and Fire, the series on which "Game of Thrones" is based.

How about everyone else? Are there books, movies, music, etc that you're using to supplement your learning here? If so, what are they?

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Harry Potter.

4 years ago

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Also the Brothers Grimm fairy tales are great when you first start to read in Spanish.

4 years ago

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That's a great suggestion! Thanks!

4 years ago

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I actually came in here specifically to see if people thought Harry Potter would be a good series to try in Spanish when first starting to read in Spanish (not ready yet, but checking early so I can keep an eye on any sales at Amazon over the next few months).

4 years ago

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I like comics. They are interesting and you can pick them up and put them down without worrying too much about the plot e.g. Patrulla-X (X-men) etc.

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Great idea! I can't seem to fins Spanish comics locally...I'll try online.

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I know this is an old(ish) discussion, but I've been reading el león, la bruja y el ropero (the lion, the witch, and the wardrobe) with a couple of other duolingoers. We have a discussion group and try our best to discuss (in Spanish) every couple of chapters. This first discussion is here so if anyone wants to joins us, feel free! There is absolutely no need to be fully caught up. Most people who participate follow all the discussions, so there will still be some interaction.

4 years ago

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