Martes y Trece - supersticiones

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level A2/B1

This reading and listening exercise is about superstitions in Spain. It is suitable for level A2 Spanish students, though it contains some B1 grammar points. Like most countries, Spain has its fair share of superstitions. One of the most unusual of these is the belief that Tuesday the 13th is unlucky, whereas most countries designate Friday the 13th as being ill-fated. Listen to the audio below to find out more about this and other superstitions in Spain.

Exercise: Martes y Trece

The bilingual reader article below was written and recorded by Kwiziq's Spanish expert, the stellar Inma Sánchez. Click play to listen to the audio. You can read the transcript at the same time or after. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later.

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