This book contains writings in Spanish about universal topics of importance and interest, such as abortion, capital punishment, and euthanasia. It can provide thought-provoking and interesting reading, as well as helping the Spanish-as-a-second-language readers learn to think in Spanish, not mentally translate to and from English.
Completely written in Spanish, this book covers such universally interesting topics as marriage, abortion, euthanasia, suicide, smoking, capital punishment, and more. It also contains vocabulary explanations in Spanish.
Designed to promote readers to not only read Spanish, but to think in Spanish, this book is useful for employees in companies where a working knowledge of conversational Spanish is necessary.