This TPRS story is about a boy celebrating Day of the Dead in Mexico with his family.
pone = he or she puts
nadie = no one (nobody)
tiene miedo = he or she is scared
The story is told in the present tense.
Includes a page for students to learn the meaning of the target structures, personalized questions and answers (PQA), the story itself, comprehension questions, true or false questions, and space to retell the story in both present tense and from another grammatical point of view. A comic strip template for retelling the story in an artistic format is included. Answer key for the comprehension questions and true/fast questions is at the end of the document.
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