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Libros simplificados y cómo utilizalos.

Como el estudio en solitario de inglés no es fácil, el empleo del libro de cuentos simplificados servirán de gran ayuda. Es una manera de recibir una exposición al nuevo idioma incluso si no tienes acceso a la conversación con otras personas.

Aquí ofrezco sugerencias que han sido libros favoritos entre mis alumnos.

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Extractos de los libros por nivel

Pero antes de explorar los enlaces, seleccionar tu nivel de inglés de la tabla aquí debajo. Al leer un extracto de un libro de cada nivel puedes averiguar el mejor nivel de lectura para ti. Si quieres realmente ampliar tu vocabulario inglés, quizás sea mejor que elijas un nivel que es un poquito por encima de tu propio nivel. Por otra parte, si quieres simplemente disfrutar del libro sin la necesidad de buscar palabras nuevas, sería mejor que selecciones libros del nivel que es más fácil de entender. Incluso con esta segunda elección verás como mejorarás tu inglés por estar expuesto durante la lectura a una narrativa de frases amplias e íntegras.

STARTER
250 headwords
A1

Her phone is ringing - but where is it?
Sally gets out of bed and looks in her bag. No phone. She looks under the bed. No phone. There it is behind the door. She picks it up and answers it.
(Sally's Phone)

STAGE 1
400 headwords
A1 / A2

"This is the work of an enemy."
"An enemy, what enemy?" asked Mrs Lodge.
"I don't know," said the wise man looking at her. But perhaps you do. I can show the person to you. Do you want me to do that?"
(The Withered Arm)

STAGE 2
700 headwords
A2 / B1

"Remember my friend. The gold was not taken - it was still there, on the floor. So what kind of thief is that? A very stupid one, a thief who murders two women then when he leaves, forgets to take the gold with him!"
(The Murders in the Rue Morgue)

STAGE 3
1000 headwords
B1

He knew Mr Abney was in there because he could hear him speaking. What was that? Why did Mr Abney try to cry out? Why was the cry suddenly cut off? Had Mr Abney, too, seen the mysterious children? But now everything was quiet and with fear in his heart Stephen pushed hard against the door until it opened.
(A Pair of Ghostly Hands and Other Stories)

STAGE 4
1400 headwords
B1 / B2

Hester did not move and when she spoke, her voice was a whisper. "Don't take your revenge on an innocent child."
"Silly woman," he replied half coldly, half kindly. "If this poor miserable child was my own - mine as well as yours!  I would give her the same medicine."
(The Scarlet Letter)

STAGE 5
1800 headwords
B2

"There's a very narrow channel that goes through the middle. It's so small I hadn't noticed it when I looked at the chart before we sailed. That's the one I had been carried into. If I had been on the sandbank, the Dukibella would have broken up in three minutes. I was just lucky that day."
Lucky and brave I thought to myself.
"But what makes you think he's a spy?" I asked.
(The Riddle of the Sands)

STAGE 6
2500 headwords
B2 / C1

My parents had invited all the families from the Joy Luck Club to witness my first public appearance as a musical prodigy. At first when I stepped up to the piano in front of the audience, I was confident. It was as if I knew, without a doubt, that the prodigy side of me really did exist. And when I started to play, I was so caught up in how lovely I looked that I didn't worry how I would sound. So it was a surprise to me when I hit the first wrong note...
(The Joy Luck Club)


Tiempos verbales y estructuras gramaticales principales que se emplean en el texto de cada nivel. Obviamente, las estructuras de los niveles anteriores pueden aparecer en los libros de mayor nivel.

STARTER
250 headwords
A1

presente simple
presente continuo
imperativo
can / cannot / must
going to (futuro)
gerundios simples

STAGE 1
400 headwords
A1 / A2

pasado simple

STAGE 2
700 headwords
A2 / B1

presente perfecto
will (futuro)
(don't) have to, must not, could
comparativo de los adjetivos
oraciones temporales simples
pasado continuo
los tag questions
ask / tell + infinitivo

STAGE 3
1000 headwords
B1

should, may
presente perfecto continuo
used to
pasado perfecto
causativo
oraciones y pronombres relativos
oraciones indirectas

STAGE 4
1400 headwords
B1 / B2

pasado perfecto continuo
pasiva (formas simples)
would y los condicionales
preguntas indirectas
relativos con where / when
oraciones de propósito, motivo, contraste
gerundios después de las oraciones preposicionales

STAGE 5
1800 headwords
B2

futuro continuo
futuro perfecto
modales pasivos (formas continuos)
would have (oraciones condicionales)
modales + perfecto del infinitivo
so / such / so that

STAGE 6
2500 headwords
B2 / C1

pasiva (todas las formas)
infinitivos y gerundios
 

 

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