"¿Quién es la Fallera Mayor de Valencia?" has been shared to the blog from the Spanish reading exercises section of the learning library where you can find a large selection of interactive texts to help you with your reading skills. This article also has audio for you to practice your Spanish listening skills; you can find many more listening activities in the Spanish listening practice section.
Spanish online reading and listening practice – level B2
Valencia’s most spectacular, colourful and noisy celebration is Fallas, which takes place in March every year, culminating on 19 March: the feast day of Saint Joseph. The falleros and falleras are the people who belong to their neighbourhood casal faller, spending all year preparing for the celebrations and helping to create their falla (the flammable structure filled with fireworks that will be burned on the final day). They also parade in traditional local dress. Each casal faller has a Fallera Mayor, but only one lucky fallera is selected to be the Fallera Mayor de Valencia.
If you want to find out more about the festivities, take a look at our B1 reading and listening exercise with accompanying video:
This reading and listening exercise can help you practise El Presente de Subjuntivo, El Futuro Simple, and the position of adjectives.
Text by Ana Matilla and audio by Silvia Píriz.
Exercise: ¿Quién es la Fallera Mayor de Valencia?
Listen to the audio, then read the transcript. Click any phrase for the translation and links to related grammar lessons which you can add to your Kwiziq notebook to practise later.
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