A medieval knight, Count Lucanor, asks for advice from Patronio, his servant and master. This is advice about all aspects of his existence: about his own problems, about his friends, about his enemies, on the human and the divine. We all would like to have at some point in our lives a Patronio, a loyal friend, who will advise us through stories from all over the world. Eight great classic medieval tales, in which Don Juan Manuel materializes the dream of all: to teach (and be taught) with fun. Includes: Activities with comprehension, vocaulary, and grammar review Written and oral expression activities Final test Level 3br / Unique Words: extensivebr / Tense(s): multiplebr / Glossary: yes Copyright 2010. Spanish. Level 3. High school. 6 x 8 inches. Softcover, 32 pages.