El Callejon del Beso

The legend of El Callejón del Beso from Guanajuato, Mexico, for level 3 students 430 Spanish words, including 50 cognates in a 2,767-word story with past, present, and future tenses, and conditional mode and present and past subjunctive. The vocabulary is high frequency and includes the 24 highest frequency verbs in Spanish as well as words appropriate to the time period of 200 years ago.
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