Buenas amigas

"Buenas amigas" has been shared to the blog from the Spanish reading practice section of the learning library where you can find a large selection of interactive texts to help you with your reading skills.

Spanish online reading and listening practice – level B1/B2

In this reading and listening exercise two friends discuss what to do about the boyfriend of one of them. Or is it just one of them? It can help you practise El Futuro Simple and type 2 of El Condicional (hypothetical sentences). It is suitable for level B1/B2 Spanish students.

Exercise: Buenas amigas

Watch the video, then read the transcript. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later. Keep scrolling down to see vocabulary and study lists associated with this reader.

Click any word in the text to see its translation and related grammar lessons.

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Shui Ng González

Shui is Kwiziq's Content and Language Manager and Head of Spanish. She is an experienced technical writer, translator and project manager. Shui grew up bilingual English-Spanish in the UK, completing her studies in London, Madrid and Paris where she now lives. She speaks English, Spanish, French and Italian. Her love of languages and technical knowledge make her a perfect fit for Kwiziq.

Comments: 2

Gracias por tu breve pero muy interesante dialogo. El frase "yo que tu" fue nueva para mi.

¡Hola Robert!

Me alegro que te haya gustado y que pudiste aprender una frase nueva.

Ojo: "frase" es femenino, y hay tilde en "tú" cuando significa "you" (en vez de "your"). ¡Seguro que ha sido un descuido por tu parte!

Difference between tú and tu (you and your) (singular informal)