After having listened to the story with and without captions, it is time now for the reading comprehension. I have written some questions for you to test how much did you understand. That is, a comprehension test.
This exercise (“comprensión lectora”, that is, “reading comprehension”), includes a text in Spanish. Most of the verbs are in future tense (indicative) and the vocabulary is not very difficult. With twelve questions and answers.
This article covers the list of Spanish numbers, from 60 to 90, their use and grammar explanations, three videos to listen how these numbers are pronounced in Spanish, and, finally, some exercises, to practice what you have learn.