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Poor Ana Danced the Tango

Poor Ana Danced the Tango

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Poor Ana Danced the Tango

by Patricia Verano, Verónica Moscoso and Blaine Ray

Ana, the main character in this story, is the same one as in Poor Ana, the first novella in this series. After her trip to Mexico, Ana changed a great deal and she wanted to go to other countries. In this story the school gives her the opportunity to travel again, this time to Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has two main goals — to keep improving her Spanish and to learn to dance the tango. Ana realizes that dancing the tango is an art and she has a lot to learn. In the process, she makes friends, buys special tango shoes, meets a very handsome tango teacher and, most importantly, learns about Argentine culture.

Poor Ana Danced the Tango is a short, easy novella for learners of English. The story is told in the past tense.

 


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