De crucero por España 3

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level B1

Here's part 3 of our summer series! Daniel meets someone and then something unexpected happens. Are they connected?

This reading and listening exercise can help you practise past participles as adjectives, the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs and El Futuro Simple.

If you need to catch up with previous episodes:

Exercise: De crucero por España 3

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.

Text by Silvia Píriz and audio by Inma Sánchez.

Q&A relating to this exercise 1 question, 1 answer

GarryA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

future tense?

How does "could" translate from "Dónde estará esa chica?" Isn't that future tense?  Would "¿Dónde podría estar esa chica?" be more correct?


Asked 1 week ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Garry

The simple future tense is used in Spanish sometimes to speculate about the present. This sentence is reflecting that. Here is a lesson that talks about this. Have a look here.

Saludos

Inma

future tense?

How does "could" translate from "Dónde estará esa chica?" Isn't that future tense?  Would "¿Dónde podría estar esa chica?" be more correct?


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