El Día de Muertos en casa de Guadalupe

Spanish online reading and listening practice - level A1

Let's travel to Mexico to celebrate el Día de Muertos with Guadalupe and her family. The celebrations take place over two days, 1 and 2 November, and while it is celebrated elsewhere, it is most commonly observed in Mexico and by the Mexican diaspora.

This reading and listening exercise can help you practise forming regular masculine and feminine nouns, forming the singular masculine and feminine of regular adjectives, the present progressive/continuous and the near future.

Take a look at our list of useful Día de Muertos - Day of the Dead vocabulary related to this festivity. Also, B1 students may want to consult the El Día de Muertos bilingual video article we published about this same celebration.

Text and audio by Silvia Píriz.

Exercise: El Día de Muertos en casa de Guadalupe

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.

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

SherryA2Kwiziq community member

I thought it was “El Día de Los Muertos.” At least it was in the many references I have seen.

Asked 4 weeks ago
MarshaC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Both are correct

I thought it was “El Día de Los Muertos.” At least it was in the many references I have seen.

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