Spanish Writing Practice

Practise your Spanish writing skills with our vast selection of Spanish writing challenges organised by CEFR level. Test your writing skills with interactive Spanish exercises and related grammar and vocabulary lessons.


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  • A1: Beginner Spanish writing exercises

  • A business meeting
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Noelia tells us about her business meeting.
  • A hotel booking
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Borja is going to spend a week in Barcelona and tells us about the hotel that he is going to book. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, El Futuro Próximo and the causal connector "porque".
  • A love story
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Marta and Andrew meet in a bar...
  • A perfect day in Granada
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Practise El Presente, "ser" and "estar" verbs, the gender of nouns and adjectival agreement.
  • A ticket for Malaga, please! (A1)
    El PresenteGénero femeninoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    César wants to get a train ticket to travel to Malaga.
  • A trip to the Sierra de Atapuerca
    El PresenteVerbo irregularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Pedro and Miguel are visiting Atapuerca tomorrow.
  • Alexis Sánchez (A1)
    El PresenteSingularRegular

    Learn about Alexis Sánchez, a famous soccer player.
  • Amelia Valcárcel (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoPlural

    Learn about Amelia Valcárcel, a famous Spanish philosopher.
  • An exotic flower
    RegularSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about this Argentinian flower.
  • An original costume (A1)
    AdjetivoGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Lucía's mum tells us about her daughter's costume.
  • Ana's baby shower (A1)
    PluralRegularSingular

    Some friends are planning Ana's baby shower.
  • Arón Bitrán (A1)
    RegularPluralSingular

    Learn about Arón Bitrán, a famous Chilean violinist.
  • At El Corte Inglés
    Género femeninoRegularSingular

    Practise El Presente and the gender and number of nouns and adjectives.
  • At the opera (A1)
    RegularAdjetivoEl Presente

    Ana plans to go to the opera tonight.
  • At the science lab
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Practise El Presente, El Presente Progresivo and the pluralisation of nouns and adjectives.
  • Bank of Spain (A1)
    El PresentePluralSingular

    Learn about Bank of Spain.
  • Benefits of sport (A1)
    PreposiciónSingularGénero femenino

    Mara tells us about exercising at the gym and its benefits.
  • Booking a table in a restaurant (A1)
    SingularPluralRegular

    Learn how to book a table in a Spanish restaurant.
  • Breakfast at home (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Raúl loves having a healthy breakfast at home every morning.
  • Buenos Aires International Book Fair
    El PresentePluralNombre

    Learn about this cultural event in Buenos Aires.
  • Calva (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Learn about calva, a traditional Spanish game.
  • Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (A1)
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    John would like to visit the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
  • Celebrating a new year (A1)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Juan tells us his plans for New Year's Eve.
  • Chocolate and roses (A1)
    PluralSingularNombre

    Patricia describes us the most common presents for Saint Valentine's Day.
  • Cibeles (A1)
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Learn about Cibeles, a famous monument in Madrid.
  • Climate change (A1)
    RegularTiempo simplePlural

    Patricia doesn't feel happy at all about climate change.
  • Coco (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Meet Coco, a lovely poodle.
  • Colombian coffee (A1)
    RegularAdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    There is always a nice cup of Colombian coffee at Carlos Alberto's house!
  • Colon Theatre in Buenos Aires (A1)
    SingularPluralGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineArt & Design

    Pedro tells us about a famous theatre building in Buenos Aires.
  • Cuban rum (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Patricia tells us about her favourite Cuban drink.
  • Cycle-ball (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about cycle-ball, an exciting sport.
  • Dreaming (A1)
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPlural

    Do you enjoy dreaming?
  • Easter in Ecuador (A1)
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    María Isabel explains how Easter is celebrated in Ecuador.
  • Every night in winter I have hot soup (A1)
    El PresentePluralRegular

    Are you able to appreciate a warm winter soup?
  • Famous people from Puerto Rico (A1)
    PluralRegularGénero femenino

    Discover famous people from Puerto Rico.
  • Father's Day (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoPlural

    Today is Father's Day in Spain and some other countries.
  • Festival of The Flowers in Colombia
    Género femeninoSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about this colourful Colombian festival which, despite its name, is best likened to a carnival with a plethora of exhibitions, activities and events taking place all over the city of Medellín.
  • Flying to Puntarenas (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Ramón is getting ready for his flight to Costa Rica.
  • Foreign languages at work
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Pronombre indefinido

    Susana tells us about the importance of knowing languages at work. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, time expressions of frequency and the connectives "y", "pero" and "también".
  • Frida Kahlo
    AdjetivoEl PresenteRegular

    Marcos is going to a Frida Kahlo exhibition.
  • Fuenteovejuna
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Learn about this Spanish play by Lope de Vega.
  • Getting to the airport
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Julio needs to go to the airport and explains how to get there.
  • Gloria Camila (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Do you know who Gloria Camila is?
  • Gran Hotel La Florida (A1)
    AdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineRegular

    Fancy some luxury in Barcelona?
  • Grandparents in Spain (A1)
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about grandparents' role in the Spanish economy.
  • Gym challenge (A1)
    SingularPluralNombre

    Federico is taking a challenge in order to raise money for children.
  • Halloween night
    El PresenteGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineAdjetivo

    Learn about Halloween night.
  • Happy New Year! (A1)
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Presente

    Marisa tells us about what she does for New Year's.
  • I am a barista
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Antonio tells us about his job in a coffee shop.
  • I am a Gemini
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Clara is a Gemini and tells us about her personality.
  • I am a mariachi (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineMusic

    Meet Alejandro, a Mexican mariachi.
  • I am a volunteer
    El PresentePluralGénero femenino

    Gabriel tells us about his volunteering work.
  • I hate the rain!
    El PresenteGénero femeninoSingular

    Practise stem-changing, yo-go and modal verbs in the present tense.
  • I hate the snow! (A1)
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Lidia doesn't really enjoy snowy weather.
  • I have a tiger at home
    El PresenteAdjetivoRegular

    Ramiro introduces us his particular pet.
  • I like going to the beach
    El PresenteGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about Ana's favourite summer hobby.
  • I like Halloween! (A1)
    RegularEl Futuro PróximoPlural

    Soraya tells us about what she is going to do for Halloween.
  • I like playing the tambourine
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Learn about the most famous Spanish musical instrument during Christmas as you practise El Presente, quantifiers like "muy", and the gender and number of adjectives and nouns.
  • I like the internet (A1)
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Daniel likes surfing on the net everyday.
  • I love my grandparents (A1)
    El PresentePluralGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Denis tells us about his grandparents.
  • I shop in Mercadona!
    PluralRegularGénero femenino

    Learn about this famous Spanish supermarket.
  • I speak Spanish and Quechua (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Meet José Luis, an Ecuadorian who speaks two languages.
  • I want to have a pig! (A1)
    El PresentePluralSingular

    Discover what present Jenifer wants to get for her birthday.
  • I'm a citizen of the world (A1)
    El PresenteVerbo irregularPresente

    Meet Carmen, a woman who loves languages and international cultures.
  • In a school in Guatemala (A1)
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Jose tells us about his school in Guatemala.
  • In my garden (A1)
    AdjetivoSingularRegular

    Discover Nora's beautiful garden.
  • In the mailbox on my street (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Look what Génesis thinks about her closest mailbox.
  • Instagram
    AdjetivoRegularEl Presente

    Sonia describes how useful Instagram is for her. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, the preposition "para", the gender and number of nouns and adjectives.
  • It's sunny! (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    What's the weather like in Seville today?
  • Joyel Beach Campsite (A1)
    SingularPluralEl Presente

    Learn about Joyel Beach Campsite, a beautiful place to relax during the summer.
  • Kickboxing (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Sandra loves kickboxing, guess why!
  • La Boqueria (A1)
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Have you ever been to La Boqueria in Barcelona?
  • La Tia Carmen's shop (A1)
    RegularSingularGénero femenino

    María describes her favourite store.
  • Lemonade (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about lemonade, a typical summer drink.
  • Leonardo Da Vinci's self-portrait (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Carlos has a copy of Leonardo Da Vinci's self-portrait at home.
  • Letizia (A1)
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about Letizia, queen of Spain.
  • Lionel Messi (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Marco's favourite football player is Lionel Messi.
  • Lito (A1)
    El PresenteGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Although Lito is a deaf child, he is studying very hard to have a good job in the future.
  • Living in a tree (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Would you like to live in a tree?
  • Maná (A1)
    El PresentePluralRegular

    Marina loves listening to Maná.
  • Margarita Island (A1)
    PluralSingularRegular

    Discover Margarita Island, also called 'the pearl of the Caribbean'.
  • Mateo
    SingularEl PresentePlural

    Learn about how Mateo uses his imagination to play.
  • Meeting up with friends (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Leticia plans to meet her friends this evening.
  • Migas (A1)
    PreposiciónSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about migas, a popular shepherd's dish from Spain.
  • Miguel's family
    Género femeninoSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Practise El Presente, possessive adjectives and physical description adjectives.
  • My best friend Juan (A1)
    El PresenteRegularVerbo irregular

    Almudena introduces us to her best friend Juan.
  • My business (A1)
    El PresenteSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about Melisa's business.
  • My Carnival Costume (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Arturo tells us about his Carnival costume.
  • My daily routine
    Género femeninoSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Practise reflexive verbs and some time expressions while learning about María's daily routine.
  • My dog Toby
    PluralSingularEl Presente

    Practise the basics of El Presente, possessive adjectives, and the gender and number of nouns and adjectives.
  • My favourite ad (A1)
    El PresenteAdjetivoRegular

    Learn about Pablo's favourite ad.
  • My favourite Christmas carol (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    David likes Christmas carols but he loves one in particular.
  • My favourite Christmas jumper (A1)
    RegularAdjetivoSingular

    Mateo has his favourite Christmas jumper ready for the festive season!
  • My favourite colour (A1)
    El PresenteAdjetivoRegular

    Andrea tells us about her favourite colour.
  • My favourite song (A1)
    AdjetivoRegularSingular

    Marta tells us about her favourite Spanish song.
  • My granddaughters are my joys (A1)
    AdjetivoEl PresenteRegular

    Isabel is very proud of her granddaughters.
  • My Halloween costume (A1)
    AdjetivoGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Susana tells us about her Halloween costume.
  • My Halloween party (A1)
    PluralSingularEl Futuro Próximo

    Marcos tells us about his upcoming Halloween party.
  • My mother has an unusual mobile phone
    AdjetivoEl PresentePlural

    Lucía tells us about her mother's mobile phone.
  • My name is Danny (male version) Free
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Danny introduces himself and says a little about who he is and what he does.
  • My name is Lola (female version) Free
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Lola introduces herself and says a little about who she is and what she does.
  • My neighbourhood
    SingularGénero femeninoPlural

    Discover what Maite thinks of her neighbourhood while practicing stem-changing verbs and vocabulary for sports and activities.
  • My new couch (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Sandra is very excited about her new couch!
  • My outfit of the day (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Sara loves athleisure clothes and she uses Instagram to show her outfit of the day.
  • My private plane (A1)
    RegularAdjetivoSingular

    Rebeca is the owner of a private plane.
  • My school routine (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Learn about Tamara's school routine.
  • My Spanish blog (A1)
    PluralGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Discover Pedro's blog to learn Spanish.
  • My workmate Jenaro (A1)
    El PresenteRegularPlural

    Meet Jenaro, a dynamic science teacher who works remotely.
  • New Year's Eve party (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Susana is very excited about her upcoming New Year's party.
  • Playing Monopoly with my family (A1)
    SingularPluralGénero femenino

    Miguel loves playing Monopoly with his family.
  • Playing racing videogames (A1)
    El PresenteAdjetivoVerbo modal

    Discover Sofia's biggest passion: videogames.
  • Puebla Fair in Mexico (A1)
    RegularPluralEl Presente

    Learn about this fair in Puebla.
  • Quarantennials (A1)
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Discover who the quarantennials are.
  • Rain clothes (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculinePlural

    Inma is getting ready for a rainy day.
  • Reading (A1)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineRegularSingular

    Discover what Susana is reading at this moment.
  • Recycling in the world (A1)
    PluralSingularNombre

    Learn some world recycling facts.
  • Rioja Alavesa (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about the Rioja Alavesa, a region famous for his wine.
  • Sandboarding
    SingularRegularPlural

    Raúl tells us about his favourite extreme sport.
  • Set lunch menu (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Alejandro tells us about set lunch menus in Spain.
  • Shopping for dinner
    RegularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculinePlural

    Practise El Presente, the verb "gustar" and adjectives describing food.
  • Smart light bulbs (A1)
    PluralSingularGénero femenino

    Susana uses smart bulbs at home to make her life easier.
  • Studying Spanish in Argentina (A1)
    AdjetivoPluralEl Presente

    Gabriel's dream is to become a language teacher.
  • Summer food and drinks
    RegularPluralSingular

    Practise asking questions, expressing preferences, gender agreement and some useful basic food vocabulary.
  • Superlopez (A1)
    AdjetivoRegularEl Presente

    Learn about this famous Spanish superhero.
  • Surfing in Mundaka
    AdjetivoPluralEl Presente

    Learn about Felipe's favourite summer sport.
  • Taking the rubbish out (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    See how people organise their rubbish in Spain.
  • Teleportation (A1)
    Género femeninoSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Amanda tells us the advantages of teleportation.
  • Testing my emotional intelligence (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoPlural

    Azucena is taking a test in a magazine.
  • The Camino de Santiago (A1)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineRegularEl Presente

    Ramiro plans to do the Camino de Santiago.
  • The Florida park nativity scene (A1)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Discover the Florida park nativity scene in Vitoria.
  • The Great British Sewing Bee (A1)
    PluralSingularNombre

    Have you ever watched 'The Great British Sewing Bee'?
  • The Hive (A1)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about La Colmena, David's favourite book.
  • The House of the Seven Chimneys (A1)
    PluralSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Discover this special building in Madrid.
  • The night of San Juan (A1)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Learn about the night of San Juan in Alicante, Spain.
  • The oldest man in the world
    SingularEl PresenteGénero femenino

    Learn about the oldest man in the world. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, verb "gustar" and gender & number of nouns.
  • The weather forecast
    Expresiones para hablar del climaExpresión idiomática con "hacer"El Presente

    Practise weather expressions, El Presente and El Presente Progresivo.
  • Theatrical courtyards
    RegularPluralSingular

    Learn about 16th and 17th-century theatrical courtyards while practising El Presente, "qué", agreement of nouns and adjectives, and "para".
  • Thousands of castles in Spain (A1)
    Género femeninoPluralSingular

    Did you know there are over 10,000 castles in Spain?
  • Tuesday the 13th (A1)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingularGénero femenino

    Learn about the curse of Tuesday the 13th.
  • Vegan food (A1)
    RegularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Find out why Raquel is vegan.
  • Visiting Madrid
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Futuro PróximoSingular

    Let Ana tell you about her plans while you practise El Futuro Próximo.
  • Weather in April (A1) Free
    Expresiones para hablar del climaExpresión idiomática con "hacer"Singular

    Learn about what the weather is like in April.
  • What clothes are you wearing?
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculinePlural

    María describes how she is going to dress for a job interview.
  • Work or study? (A1)
    El PresenteExpressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])Expresión idiomática con "tener"

    Nacho needs to decide if he is going to study or work next year.
  • A2: Lower Intermediate Spanish writing exercises

  • A Christmas cocktail (A2)
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoPreposición

    Celebrate the season in style with our special cocktail.
  • A creepy recipe for this Halloween (A2)
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoPreposición

    Enjoy a terrifying Halloween recipe!
  • A cruise to Puerto Rico (A2)
    SingularPluralAdjetivo

    Manuel feels excited about his next cruise trip to Puerto Rico.
  • A day outside (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularGénero femenino

    Julián tells us about his amazing weekend.
  • A different look (A2)
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoIrregulares en Indefinido/mismas terminaciones

    Carmela went to the beauty salon and tells us about her experience.
  • A documentary about the Sun (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Preposición

    Javier watched a documentary about the Sun last night.
  • A horrible campsite (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaRegular

    María describes us her unpleasant experience at a campsite.
  • A horror film (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Marta watched a terrifying film yesterday.
  • A job interview (A2)
    El PresentePreposiciónPor or Para?

    Ainhoa is ready to do her first job interview.
  • A letter to Melchior (A2)
    RegularEl Pretérito PerfectoPreposición

    Alberto wrote a letter to Melchior, his favourite wise man.
  • A luxurious day in Marbella (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito Imperfecto

    Aurelia tells us about her luxurious visit to a friend in Marbella.
  • A postcard from Madrid (A2)
    PreposiciónGénero femeninoNombre

    Raquel received a postcard from her best friend.
  • A stunning car in the newspaper (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoGénero femeninoVerbo irregular

    Discover Antonio's latest passion.
  • A tour of Buenos Aires (A2)
    El Pretérito PerfectoParticipioVerbs in Spanish

    Manuel tells us about his visit to Buenos Aires.
  • A very healthy barbecue
    RegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivo indefinido

    Discover Pedro and Maribel's recipes for their barbecue.
  • A weekend in Sierra Nevada
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularRegular

    Mercedes tells us about her weekend in Sierra Nevada in the south of Spain.
  • Acid rain (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about some interesting facts about the acid rain.
  • Ainhoa Arteta (A2)
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El PresenteEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about Ainhoa Arteta, a famous Spanish soprano.
  • An afternoon in Caracas (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Regular

    María Elena spent an exciting afternoon with her friend Gabriela in Caracas.
  • An aromatherapy session (A2)
    PreposiciónGéneroPlural

    Discover what an aromatherapy session is like!
  • An unusual taxi ride
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Juan tells us about his strange experience in a taxi. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Imperfecto and El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • Aragonese jota (A2)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Pilar tells us about her local dance, the Aragonese jota.
  • Art therapy in Spain (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Learn about some art therapy exercises.
  • At a karate competition (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Gabriel just participated in a karate competition.
  • At Cartagena beach (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoRegular

    Juan went to the beach with some of his friends yesterday.
  • At our deli shop (A2)
    NombreGénero femeninoGénero

    Are you looking for something different to eat? If so, visit Leila's deli.
  • At the circus
    RegularGénero femeninoPlural

    Practise El Pretérito Imperfecto (imperfect tense) and El Pretérito Indefinido (simple past).
  • At the dry cleaner's (A2)
    PluralRegularSingular

    Raquel just left the dry cleaners with a lovely just-ironed shirt.
  • At the office gym (A2)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Do you have a gym in your office?
  • At the restaurant (A2) Free
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femeninoRegular

    Practise El Presente, El Futuro Próximo, direct object pronouns and quantifiers with food and drink vocabulary.
  • At the train station
    SingularGénero femeninoEl Presente

    Join Clara and her friend Isabel who travel to Zaragoza by train every weekend.
  • Aztec culture
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularGénero femenino

    Learn about the Aztec culture.
  • Basic dressmaking techniques (A2)
    RegularEl Pretérito PerfectoPretérito

    Learn about some dressmaking techniques.
  • Becoming invisible (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularRegular

    Renato has had a dream about being invisible.
  • Being careful at home (A2)
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoOración negativa

    Elena is getting some advice to avoid domestic accidents at home.
  • Breakfast in Ibiza (A2)
    PluralPreposiciónGénero femenino

    How about a spectacular breakfast in Ibiza?
  • Canoeing along the Amazon River
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularRegular

    Learn about this adventurous man who crossed the Amazon River in a canoe. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Perfecto, El Pretérito Indefinido and exclamative sentences with "qué".
  • Carnival night (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoRegularPlural

    Learn about a typical night in southern Spain.
  • Casa Madero (A2) Free
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito PerfectoParticipio

    Learn about Casa Madero, a winery in Mexico.
  • Cathedral of Santa Maria de Vitoria (A2)
    PreposiciónPor or Para?El Pretérito Indefinido

    Marcos went to see the cathedral of Santa Maria de Vitoria with his school.
  • Christmas wishes (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularPreposición

    Maribel and her children enjoyed a beautiful shopping day at the mall.
  • Color television (A2)
    NombreEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero

    Learn about the discovery of color television.
  • Colours for the kitchen
    NombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about how to use some colours in the kitchen.
  • Costa Rican flowers (A2)
    PluralAdjetivoRegular

    Learn about some flowers growing in Costa Rica.
  • David Rees: Pencil sharpener (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Perfecto

    Learn about this very unusual business.
  • Diego Velázquez
    NombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about Miguel's favourite painter, Diego Velázquez.
  • Digital technology (A2)
    El PresentePreposiciónRegular

    Marta relies a lot on new technologies.
  • Discovering Cusco (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreAdjetivo

    Learn about Cusco, a famous Peruvian city.
  • Don Quixote of La Mancha
    RegularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about the most famous Spanish novel and practise El Pretérito Indefinido (the simple past).
  • Drought
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPor or Para?Regular

    Lucas tells us about drought in his town.
  • Drums (A2)
    NombrePreposiciónEl Pretérito IndefinidoMusic

    Learn about the origin of drums.
  • E-books (A2)
    Expressing desire (querer, gustar)Expressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])Adjetivo

    What do you think of e-books?
  • Easter cake Free
    AdjetivoRegularGénero femenino

    Mariela loves eating Easter cakes!
  • Elizabeth II of Spain (A2)
    Género femeninoSingularNombre

    Learn about Elizabeth II of Spain.
  • Evenings with Jorge Javier (A2)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGéneroSingular

    Learn about Jorge Javier, a famous TV presenter.
  • Everything hurts! (A2)
    El PresentePluralVerbos con cambio ortográfico e > ie (presente)

    Ester goes to the doctor because she feels unwell.
  • Fashion influencers
    NombreVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about fashion influencers in social media.
  • Fashion trends for this autumn (A2)
    PluralRegularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Almudena tells us about some fashion trends for this season.
  • Francisco de Goya
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoNombre

    In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Imperfecto, El Pretérito Indefinido and the gender of nouns ending by -or, -ista and -dad.
  • Fun at the fair (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPreposiciónRegular

    Inés tells us about her last visit to a fun fair.
  • Gazpacho (A2)
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoInfinitivo

    Fancy a fresh gazpacho?
  • Gloria Fuertes (A1)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculinePluralGénero femenino

    Learn some lines from a written poem by Gloria Fuertes.
  • Grape pickers (A2)
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineAdjetivoNombre

    Manuel explains to us his work as a grape picker.
  • Handicrafts from Ecuador (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreRegular

    Rodrigo has brought home many handicrafts from Ecuador.
  • How to write a good blog (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreSingular

    Learn some tips to write a good blog.
  • Huelva (A2)
    PreposiciónVerbo irregularPresente

    Learn about the city of Huelva and its beaches.
  • I am an entrepreneur!
    El PresenteAdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about Sara's company
  • I love Colacao!
    AdjetivoVerbo irregularPresente

    Learn about this famous Spanish brand.
  • I went back home! (A2)
    El Pretérito PerfectoVerbo irregularParticipio

    Mariela just returned to her home country and she is very excited about it.
  • I'm disappointed (A2)
    PreposiciónSer or Estar?Expresión idiomática con "estar"

    Benito tells us about his most recent disappointment.
  • In the Spanish Village (A2)
    PreposiciónNombreSingularArt & Design

    Learn about this beautiful exhibition in Barcelona.
  • Inclusive theatre (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl PresenteNombre

    Marian and her brother Manuel went to the theatre last night.
  • Joanna of Castile (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularRegular

    Learn about Joanna of Castile, a Spanish queen from the 15th-16th centuries.
  • Las Burgas (A2)
    PreposiciónEl Pretérito IndefinidoPor or Para?

    Borja tells us about a relaxing day in Las Burgas.
  • Laughter therapy
    El PresenteNombrePor or Para?

    Practise quantitative adjectives, comparatives, pluralisation of nouns ending in "-dad, and the difference between demonstrative adjectives.
  • Learning the guitar
    SingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineGénero femenino

    Practise El Presente Progresivo and conjunctions like "because".
  • Lost in cyberspace (A2)
    Pronombre indefinidoNombreVerbo irregular

    Saray feels that surfing the Internet is overwhelming.
  • Luxury mansions (A2)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Susana tells us about a luxury mansion she saw in a catalogue.
  • Manchitas (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Pronombre de complemento directo

    Meet Manchitas, an adorable puppy from the animal shelter.
  • Mangú (A2)
    órdenes y peticionesEl ImperativoRegular

    Cook a delicious mangú with us!
  • Marzipan recipe
    El Imperativoórdenes y peticionesModo imperativo

    Learn how to prepare marzipan while practicing El Imperativo and the position of pronouns.
  • Mecano (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoPreposiciónVerbo irregular

    Learn about Mecano, a famous Spanish band from the eighties.
  • Mediterranean climate
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Mercedes tells us about the Mediterranean climate in southern Spain. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, El Pretérito perfecto, El Pretérito Imperfecto and El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • Mus card game Free
    NombreEl PresenteGénero

    Learn about the most famous Spanish card game as you practise the gender of nouns with a different ending from -o/a, forming singular and plural of adjectives ending in -ar, and how to say "some" and "more than".
  • My family tree (A2)
    PreposiciónPluralGénero femenino

    José is researching his family tree.
  • My first mortgage (A2)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Daniela is feeling excited about getting her first home.
  • My grandma's fireplace (A2)
    El PresentePor or Para?Preposición

    Learn about some fireplaces in little towns.
  • My house is spotless! (A2)
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Preposición

    Santiago loves having clean floors without any effort on his part.
  • My mother's mood (A2)
    AdjetivoNombreGénero femenino

    Carolina tells us about her mother's mood.
  • My sister's birth (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPreposición

    Juan tells us about his sister's birth.
  • My spinning class (A2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito PerfectoPreposición

    Magda tells us about her last spinning class at the gym.
  • My work experience
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativo

    Maribel finished her work experience a couple of weeks ago and tells us how it went. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Imperfecto, El Pretérito Indefinido and the comparative "as ... as".
  • My zumba instructor
    El PresenteAdjetivoAdjetivo posesivo

    Practise El Presente, possessive adjectives, coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
  • Mystery shopper (A2)
    El PresentePreposiciónVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Roberto works as a mystery shopper for several clothing stores.
  • Olive Culture Museum (A2)
    PreposiciónAdjetivoGénero

    Learn about the Olive Culture Museum in south Spain.
  • On the hillside (A2)
    RegularPor or Para?Plural

    Santiago loves going to the hills in summer.
  • Online videogames
    El PresenteJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPreposición

    Learn about the benefits of playing video games.
  • Opening a bank account (A2)
    Por or Para?PreposiciónEl Presente

    Learn Spanish banking vocabulary.
  • Orchids at home
    Género femeninoPronombre de complemento directoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Sandra received two beautiful orchids for her birthday.
  • Our mother's stew (A2)
    RegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero femenino

    Nothing tastes better than a homemade stew in cold winter!
  • Our Spanish teacher (A2)
    NombreGéneroAdjetivo

    Peter describes his new Spanish teacher.
  • Pafman (A2) Free
    Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculineComparativoInverted verbs like gustar

    Do you know who Pafman is? Learn about this Spanish superhero.
  • Paper fortune teller (A2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoPluralGénero femenino

    Marta used to play with a paper fortune teller when she was a child.
  • Plastic money (A2)
    Género femeninoPreposiciónEl Presente

    Learn about an alternative payment to cash.
  • Positive thinking (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularPreposición

    Bad day at work? You can always turn this situation around!
  • Problems at the hotel
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero femenino

    Practise El Pretérito Indefinido, El Pretérito Imperfecto and the position of pronouns.
  • Remembering past times (A2)
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Sara loves remembering past times.
  • Ricardo Porro (A2)
    PreposiciónGénero femeninoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about Ricardo Porro, a well-known Cuban architect.
  • Rokeby Venus (A2)
    Género femeninoEl PresenteJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Iker just visited a museum where he saw a painting by Velázquez.
  • Rosario Castellanos (A2)
    Género femeninoNombrePlural

    Learn about Rosario Castellanos, a feminist Mexican poet.
  • Sahrawi children in Spain (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about a project that welcomes Sahrawi children in Spain every summer.
  • Saying goodbye to the year in the mountains (A2)
    Género femeninoSingularGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Discover a healthy tradition to say goodbye to the year.
  • Sorting the waste for recycling (A2)
    NombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculinePlural

    Miguel is explaining to Marcos how to recycle in Spain.
  • Soulmates
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito Imperfecto

    Elena seems to have recently found her soulmate! Practise El Pretérito Imperfecto, El Pretérito Indefinido, indefinite adjectives, demonstrative adjectives/pronouns and before / until.
  • Spain by bike (A2) Free
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Maria and Luis love riding their bikes around Spain.
  • Squatters at home (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoRegularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about this current housing phenomenon in Spain.
  • Superbike
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Two friends have been to a superbike event.
  • Tania León (A2)
    RegularAdjetivoVerbo irregular

    Learn about Tania León, a famous Cuban conductor.
  • Tartalo
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Learn about Tartalo, a famous cyclops from the Basque Country.
  • Tea addicts
    El PresenteVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Conjunción subordinante

    Ester and Sandra tell us about their favourite drink.
  • Thanksgiving Day
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Practise El Pretérito Indefinido, El Pretérito Imperfecto and direct object pronouns.
  • The Guelaguetza in Oaxaca (A2)
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    María tells us about a wonderful festival in Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • The ideal partner (A2)
    El PresenteEl Pretérito PerfectoInverted verbs like gustar

    Susana describes her ideal partner.
  • The pyramids of Tikal (A2)
    PluralSingularNombre

    Learn about the pyramids of Tikal in Guatemala.
  • The queen of fajitas (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbo irregular

    Guadalupe loves when her roommate cooks fajitas.
  • The Spanish Christmas Lottery
    El Pretérito PerfectoRegularPretérito

    Learn about the Spanish Christmas Lottery known as El Gordo while practising El Pretérito Perfecto, "already/yet", indefinite and quantitative adjectives, comparatives and El Imperativo.
  • Toad in the hole game (A2)
    Género femeninoNombreGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Learn about the Peruvian toad in the hole game.
  • Travelling in a hot air balloon with dad (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito Imperfecto

    Macarena went on a balloon ride with her dad.
  • Trick or treat!
    El PresentePor or Para?Preposición

    Practise reflexive verbs, the negation with complex verbal structures, indirect pronouns and some usages of the preposition "por".
  • Volunteering in a nursing home
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Nicolás and Mateo tell us about their work experience with elderly people.
  • Water polo (A2)
    Verbo irregularEl PresenteEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Juan tells us about water polo, his favourite sport.
  • Water-skiing in Gerona
    El Pretérito ImperfectoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Indefinido

    María tells us about her water-skiing experience.
  • Weekend in Barcelona Free
    RegularEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero femenino

    Practise El Pretérito Indefinido (simple past), El Pretérito Imperfecto (imperfect) and some time expressions.
  • What did you do on Halloween night last year? (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularAdjetivo indefinido

    Leandro tells us about what he did last halloween.
  • What is emotional intelligence? (A2)
    Género femeninoSingularRegular

    Learn about the concept of emotional intelligence.
  • Where is the market?
    ParticipioEl Pretérito PerfectoVerbos regulares -er (presente)

    Macarena needs to find the market in order to buy groceries for her mother.
  • Who is Alejandro Amenábar?
    El Pretérito IndefinidoAdjetivoRegular

    Learn about this famous Spanish director while practising El Pretérito Indefinido, superlatives, El Imperativo and indefinite adjectives.
  • Why are Spanish schedules so different?
    SingularGénero femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Practise El Presente (present), El Pretérito Imperfecto and Pretérito Indefinido (simple past) with conjunctions and adverbs.
  • Work from anywhere in the world! (A2)
    GéneroGénero femeninoórdenes y peticiones

    Discover some of the advantages of working remotely.
  • World Book Day (A2)
    Verbs in SpanishPretéritoConjunción subordinante

    Here's how World Book Day is celebrated in Catalonia.
  • Yulimar Rojas (A2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Género femenino

    Learn about Yulimar Rojas, an excellent Latin American athlete.
  • B1: Intermediate Spanish writing exercises

  • 5G network
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Learn about the 5G network while practising El Futuro Simple, El Presente de Subjuntivo, and the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs.
  • 6th of January (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Eduardo is thinking about the 6th of January in order to get his Christmas presents.
  • A Christmas jumper
    PronombrePronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Marcos must wear a Christmas jumper (US: sweater) for a party, but he is not very excited about it. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente de Subjuntivo, position of pronouns, El Futuro Simple and how to say "the most".
  • A day among dolphins
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Marisa tells us about her mother's passion: dolphins.
  • A family lunch on Easter Sunday (B1)
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Javier tells us about what lunch on Easter Sunday is like for his family.
  • A Halloween wish (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Daniela tells us about her special Halloween wish.
  • A jungle trip (B1)
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Pronombre de complemento indirecto

    Andrea tells us about her ideal holiday.
  • A luxurious stay in Madrid (B1)
    PronombrePronombre relativoPronombre reflexivo

    Stay in a top luxurious hotel in Madrid!
  • A magic show in hospital (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento directoEl Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Alberto is starting a new job next week in a hospital.
  • A Mediterranean breakfast (B1)
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoAdjetivo

    This food company has prepared a magnificent Mediterranean breakfast for you to start your day!
  • A Tinder Date
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito IndefinidoModo subjuntivo

    Learn about Tomás's Tinder date while practicing El Pretérito Indefinido, El Pretérito Imperfecto, the neutral pronoun lo, El Presente de Subjuntivo and El Futuro Simple.
  • A trip to Majorca
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoVerbo modal

    Practise El Pretérito Indefinido, the position of pronouns, passive sentences with "se", El Condicional Simple and El Presente de Subjuntivo.
  • A video game night
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Learn about the benefits of playing with video games.
  • A wonderful gardener (B1)
    El ImperativoWritten accents in SpanishEl Presente

    Learn about Pedro, a high-skilled gardener.
  • Acupuncture (B1)
    AdjetivoArtículo definidoWritten accents in Spanish

    Learn about acupuncture in Spanish.
  • Adventures with friends (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Raquel loves spending time with her friends and going on trips with them.
  • All Saints' Day
    Adjetivo indefinidoVerbo transitivoVoz pasiva

    Learn about how All Saints' Day is celebrated in Spain. You'll practise passive sentences with "se", "lo + adj + ser", and El Presente de Subjuntivo with c > zc stem change.
  • At Carlos Baute's concert (B1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    María Fernanda went to a Carlos Baute's concert, a famous Venezuelan singer.
  • At the butcher's (B1)
    Written accents in SpanishPronombre indefinidoEl Imperativo

    Learn how to order some meat at the butcher's.
  • At the gym
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Samuel wants to lose some weight and keep healthy while practising El Futuro Simple, El Presente de Subjuntivo and relative pronouns.
  • At the local gym (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Pedro tells us about his workout at the local gym.
  • At the pediatrician (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento directoPronombre de complemento indirectoEl Imperativo

    Lucia's baby is not feeling well and she is at the pediatrician to get some advice.
  • At the street market
    AdjetivoWritten accents in SpanishAdjetivo indefinido

    Practise the passive with "se", the shortening of the word "grande", relatives and El Futuro Simple.
  • At the tourist office (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoWritten accents in SpanishPronombre de complemento directo

    Mónica and Ángel are at the tourist office to get some information for their day trip to San Jose.
  • B-Travel Barcelona
    AdjetivoVerbo modalSuperlativo

    Learn about this interesting tourism fair in Barcelona.
  • Baroque in Latin America (B1)
    Pronombre reflexivoVoz pasivaPronombre

    Learn about the baroque in Latin America.
  • Bartering (B1)
    El ImperativoEl Futuro Simpleórdenes y peticiones

    Interested in exchanging your stuff without using money?
  • Buena Vista Social Club (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Learn about the Buena Vista Social Club, a famous Cuban band.
  • Captain Thunder (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Participio

    Ramiro tells us about Captain Thunder.
  • Cheap smart homes (B1)
    El Futuro SimplePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about how to set up a cheap smart home.
  • Circuit of Jarama (B1)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about Rodrigo, a high-speed motorcyclist.
  • Classical music in Mexico (B1)
    Verbo irregularEl Pretérito IndefinidoWritten accents in Spanish

    Learn about classical music in Mexico.
  • Coaching to improve family relationships (B1)
    Verbo modalGerundio/Spanish present participleAdjetivo demostrativo

    Learn about coaching techniques to improve family relationships.
  • Coffee in the morning (B1)
    Written accents in SpanishAdjetivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Mar really enjoys having a coffee in the morning.
  • Costa del Sol (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Lucía has booked a holiday in Málaga.
  • Courtyards in Cordoba (B1)
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbal

    Learn about this famous festival in Cordoba.
  • Drag Queen gala in Gran Canaria (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregularEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Have you ever been to the Drag Queen gala of Gran Canaria?
  • Drizzle (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoAdverbio

    Learn about the rain in the Basque Country, in northern Spain.
  • Dust-covered treasure (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoGénero femenino

    Ester found a little treasure while she was cleaning her house.
  • Dyango: nostalgia (B1)
    NombreEl Pretérito IndefinidoGénero

    Learn about Dyango and his renamed song "Nostalgia".
  • Eating out
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoExpressing desire (querer, gustar)

    Practise some expressions followed by El Presente de Subjuntivo.
  • Ecotourism in Los Picos de Europa
    FuturoOración condicional con siEl Futuro Simple

    Discover Los Picos de Europa, a beautiful mountain range in northern Spain.
  • Elegy, by Miguel Hernández (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoGéneroParticipio

    Discover a famous poem by Miguel Hernández.
  • Everything was about green! (B1)
    AdjetivoNombreEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about the meanings of the colour green.
  • Executive coaching (B1)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleInfinitivoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about executive coaching.
  • Extremoduro (B1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro Simple

    Marisa loves Extremoduro and is looking forward to their next concert.
  • Flying across the sky (B1)
    AdjetivoPronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Here's one superhero who really enjoys flying!
  • Fun baby shower games (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Do you need any fun ideas for baby shower games? Have a look at these ones!
  • Gandía beach (B1)
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Discover Gandía beach on the Valencian coast.
  • Garcia Baquero (B1)
    PronombreEl Futuro SimpleLa oración subordinada causal

    Maria's mother would like to visit this cheese factory in Spain.
  • Ghosts at home (B1)
    El Futuro SimplePronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Carolina tells us about her haunted house.
  • Global health (B1)
    AdjetivoParticipioVerbo irregular

    Paco is reflecting on this year's health challenge.
  • How do Mexicans celebrate Easter? (B1)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participlePor or Para?Preposición

    Learn about Easter in Mexico.
  • How to burn calories in a healthy way (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Juan Antonio tells us how to burn calories quickly.
  • Humour and mood (B1)
    GéneroGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Estrella loves watching fun shows to have a good time.
  • I love swimming!
    Género femeninoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculineSingular

    Practise El Pretérito Imperfecto (imperfect tense) and El Futuro Simple (simple future). Some vocabulary you may want to look
  • Ideas for your garden (B1)
    El Condicional SimpleWritten accents in SpanishConjunción

    Running out of ideas to organise your garden?
  • In a motorcycle rally (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleGéneroGénero femenino

    Marina tells us about her next motorcycle rally in Valladolid.
  • In love with life (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    Meet Manuela, a woman in life with her life.
  • It's already spring in Chile (B1)
    Pronombre relativoAdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Patricia tells us about spring in Chile.
  • Lessons about emotional intelligence (B1)
    Pronombre reflexivoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Learn some useful tips for emotional intelligence.
  • Like water for chocolate
    AdjetivoEl Futuro SimplePronombre

    Sonia tells about the last novel that she and her mother are reading.
  • Love on the train (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Gabriela thinks she might have found love on the train.
  • Love or just friends? (B1)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Mercedes is thinking about telling her friend about her true feelings.
  • Machu Picchu
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Tania will soon be travelling to Machu Picchu with her sister.
  • Martín Fiz (B1) Free
    El Pretérito PerfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Learn about Martín Fiz, a famous Spanish athlete.
  • Melon with ham (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoEl ImperativoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about this refreshing summer dish.
  • Moisturising my skin (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento directoPronombre de complemento indirectoModo subjuntivo

    Pedro takes good care of his skin.
  • My boyfriend Carlos
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre reflexivo

    Practise the position of pronouns, the differences between "saber" vs. "conocer", how to say "extremely + adjective", and reciprocal verbs.
  • My dream house
    AdjetivoGénero femeninoEl Condicional Simple

    In this exercise you'll practise El Condicional Simple and the position of direct/indirect pronouns.
  • My dream last night (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre reflexivo

    Teresa had an odd dream last night.
  • My ideal outfit
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Verbo irregular

    Susana describes her ideal outfit.
  • National Capitol building (B1)
    AdjetivoPreposiciónSuperlativoArt & Design

    Learn about this emblematic building in La Havana.
  • New Year's resolutions
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Practise El Futuro Simple, El Presente de Subjuntivo and relative pronouns.
  • No Internet connection! (B1)
    PronombrePronombre de complemento directoVerbs in Spanish

    Have you ever remained without an internet connection without notice?
  • Open-air dances (B1)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoAspecto imperfectivoPreposición

    Carlos tells us about open-air dances in Spain.
  • Our adventure in the Andes (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPreposición

    Mariana and Fabián travelled to The Andes in 2016.
  • Our honeymoon in Punta Cana (B1)
    ParticipioEl Pretérito PerfectoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Ramón and Clara are in Punta Cana for their honeymoon.
  • Pagos del Rey Wine Museum (B1)
    Written accents in SpanishVerbo transitivoAdverbio interrogativo

    Discover a wonderful place for wine lovers.
  • Park workout (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Are you a fan of park workouts?
  • Party time
    RegularAdjetivoGénero femenino

    Practise El Futuro Simple, El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto and El Subjuntivo to express wishes, probability and to give negative commands.
  • Partying in Tenerife (B1)
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Perfecto

    Learn about the carnival of Tenerife.
  • Pasodoble Free
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    Learn about this famous Spanish dance. You'll practise the indefinite adjectives, El Presente de Subjuntivo and the position of pronouns.
  • Paula and Bea (B1)
    Verbos pronominalesPronombre reflexivoGénero

    Learn about Paula and Bea's relationship.
  • Playing a hand drum in Jerez (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoGénero

    Carlos tells us about hand drums in Jerez.
  • Playing with the spinning top
    El Pretérito ImperfectoModo indicativoVerbo irregular

    Learn about the traditional spinning top toy.
  • Pottery in Pereruela (B1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Written accents in Spanish

    Isabel visited a pottery factory in north Spain.
  • Public examinations (B1)
    FuturoPronombre de complemento indirectoAdjetivo

    Roberto dreams about becoming a firefighter.
  • Red poppies (B1)
    PronombrePronombre reflexivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Learn about this spring flower.
  • Reverse culture shock (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Irene tells us about her experience of being back home after having lived abroad for many years.
  • Riojan-style potato recipe (B1)
    El ImperativoEl Presente de Subjuntivoórdenes y peticiones

    Marisa tells us the recipe to cook Riojan-style potatoes for lunch.
  • Robots to look after children (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Did you know that robots are used to help out with children at home?
  • Salvador Dalí
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre de complemento indirectoRegular

    Learn about Salvador Dalí.
  • San Sebastián International Film Festival
    Género femeninoAdjetivoGender of nouns in Spanish: masculine

    Discover why San Sebastian's Film Festival is so famous in Spain! You will practise relative clauses and the subjunctive tense.
  • Sardanas (B1)
    Pronombre relativoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVerbo irregular

    Marcos enjoyed watching the sardanas when he visited Catalonia.
  • Singing in the shower
    Written accents in SpanishPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Paco tells us about his favourite hobby. In this exercise you'll practise using: El Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto, El Pretérito Imperfecto, El Pretérito Indefinido, and El Condicional Simple.
  • Singing with my family (B1)
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Futuro Simple

    Blanca loves singing with her family on Christmas day.
  • Skiing in Candanchu (B1)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivoPronombre reflexivo

    Marta tells us about some of her skiing memories.
  • Social Media Marketing (B1)
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Pronombre reflexivo

    Ana tells us about her last marketing class.
  • Spanish guitar (B1)
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)ParticipioVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Learn about the Spanish guitar.
  • Staying positive (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    Discover Mario's tips to stay positive.
  • Sustainable fabrics (B1)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    Discover why Maribel prefers to buy sustainable clothes.
  • Take a picture of me here! (B1)
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoPronombre

    Pedro and Soraya are taking in the tourist sights of Madrid.
  • Tango (B1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento directoLa oración subordinada causal

    Eugenia's favourite dance is the tango.
  • Tastes from Spain (B1)
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Learn about some traditional Spanish food.
  • The benefits of napping
    AdjetivoExpressing ability (poder, saber)Nombre

    Practise the position of the adjectives bueno and grande, El Futuro Simple and the difference between saber and conocer.
  • The best coffee in the world
    AdjetivoSuperlativoPreposición

    Guillermo tells us about a very special type of coffee.
  • The best concert ever! Free
    PluralSingularNombre

    Practice El Indefinido and El Imperfecto past tenses.
  • The city of the future
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Practise El Futuro Simple, passive sentences with se and negative constructions.
  • The Gate of the Sun (B1)
    Adjetivo invariablePronombre reflexivoPronombre

    Discover why The Gate of the Sun is os popular for New Year's Eve in Spain.
  • The hashtags of the month (B1)
    SuperlativoAdjetivoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Manuela wants to use hashtags to promote her business online.
  • The horoscope
    El Futuro SimpleOración condicional con siExpressing ability (poder, saber)

    Discover today's horoscope for Gemini.
  • The Ibex 35 (B1)
    NombreGéneroPronombre relativo

    Ramiro just read an article about economics.
  • The ideal job candidate
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoPronombre relativo

    In this exercise you'll practise El Presente de Subjuntivo, relative and indefinite pronouns.
  • The least polluted village in Spain (B1)
    Pronombre relativoConjunciónAdjetivo

    Did you know that the least polluted town is in Spain?
  • The milkmaid
    Written accents in SpanishEl Pretérito ImperfectoConjunción

    Learn about the milkmaid's story.
  • The origin of fire
    El ImperativoGerundio/Spanish present participlePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Practise El Condicional Simple, the use of El Pretérito Imperfecto vs. El Pretérito Indefinido, and the position of "it" with infinitives.
  • The origins of Halloween (B1)
    Written accents in SpanishPronombre de complemento directoPronombre relativo

    Do you really know the origins of Halloween? Find out here!
  • The Parador of Zamora
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Verbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Learn about high-class Spanish hotels located in castles, palaces and other historic buildings while practising El Condicional Simple, "saber" vs. "conocer", relative "que" and El Futuro Simple.
  • The power of thyme (B1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about the properties of thyme.
  • The tapas corner (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleGéneroPronombre relativo

    Learn about this tasty tapas blog.
  • Travelling the world on a cruise boat
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Rubén is dreaming about going on a cruise one day.
  • Truth or dare! (B1)
    El Futuro SimplePronombre reflexivoModo subjuntivo

    Learn about this famous game.
  • University of Panama (B1)
    Oración subordinada temporalInfinitivoPreposición

    Amanda's dream is to study at University of Panama.
  • War on plastic pollution
    Pronombre impersonalVoz pasivaVerbo transitivo

    Learn about how to fight plastic pollution.
  • Welcome to my online shop (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleFuturoModo subjuntivo

    Mercedes welcomes us to her online store.
  • What generation do you belong to? (B1)
    El ImperativoEl Presente de SubjuntivoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Learn about different generations across the decades.
  • What should I get my father for Father's Day? (B1)
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Alejandra needs to find a good present for her father.
  • What will the Internet be like in the future? (B1)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Mario imagines what the Internet will be like in the future.
  • What would you do in Salamanca? Free
    El Condicional SimpleNombreGénero femenino

    Learn about Salamanca while practicing El Condicional (conditional).
  • Women's suffrage in Mexico
    El Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre reflexivo

    Learn about the women's right to vote in Mexico. In this exercise you'll practise the position of pronouns with conjugated verbs, gerunds, passive sentences with "se" and El Pretérito Imperfecto vs. El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • Would you have your own wine cellar? (B1)
    El Condicional SimpleVerbo irregularExpressing need and obligation (deber, tener que, haber que, necesitar [que])

    Would you like to have your own cellar at home? Learn about it!
  • Yucatan Xmatkuil Fair
    El Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivoEl Futuro Simple

    Practise the passive with "se", the shortening of the word "grande", relatives and El Futuro Simple.
  • B2: Upper Intermediate Spanish writing exercises

  • 12 self-portraits by Pablo Picasso (B2)
    AdjetivoVoz pasivaEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about Pablo Picasso's self-portraits.
  • A big surprise! (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoSe accidentalReflexive verbs

    Adela tells us about an axciting surprise she got from her boyfriend.
  • A change of career (B2)
    El Futuro SimpleModo subjuntivoAdjetivo

    Discover Vanessa's career plans.
  • A contortionist act (B2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Tomás and his girlfriend saw a contortionist act that left them astonished.
  • A delayed train (B2)
    Verbo irregularEl Futuro SimplePronombre reflexivo

    Ana is furious about the fact that her train is delayed.
  • A letter to my love (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombreAdjetivo

    Sandra wrote a romantic letter to her love.
  • A letter to Santa (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre reflexivo

    Read this letter from my nephew.
  • A magic piano (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoWritten accents in SpanishMusic

    Learn about Pablo Alborán and his excellent piano skills.
  • A saeta
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoVoz pasiva

    Jaime tells us about his experience in Seville during Easter celebrations.
  • A snow storm (B2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Have you ever experienced a big snow storm?
  • A special lunch (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoEl Imperfecto Subjuntivo

    Arancha enjoyed a special lunch today.
  • A true friendship (B2)
    AdjetivoGerundio/Spanish present participleInfinitivo

    What does a true friendship look like?
  • A very nosy parrot
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoModo subjuntivo

    Meet Beru the parrot. It's hard to have a secret conversation with him around!
  • A walk along the Guayas river (B2)
    El Futuro SimpleAdjetivoórdenes y peticiones

    Have a fun learning jorney with this tourist leaflet about the Guayas river in Ecuador.
  • A weekend without new technology (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Carlos' mum was concerned about his health and recommended him to spend a weekend away.
  • An afternoon around the fire (B2)
    Pronombre reflexivoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    What do you think of a warm afternoon around the fire?
  • An appointment with the ENT specialist (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Carlos got an appointment with the Ear, Nose and Throat doctor to get a treatment for his anosmia.
  • An online Carnival party (B2)
    Modo imperativoEl ImperativoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Victoria is very excited about her upcoming online Carnival party.
  • An online shopping gift voucher (B2)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleInfinitivoModo imperativo

    Lorena feels very lucky today with her online shopping gift voucher.
  • Are you ready to adopt an animal? (B2)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleInfinitivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Find out if you are ready to adopt an animal.
  • Art therapy exercises (B2)
    FuturoEl Futuro PerfectoModo subjuntivo

    Learn about some art therapy exercises.
  • Athleisure on social media (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoAdverbio

    Laura loves following social media athleisure accounts.
  • Basque Pottery Museum (B2)
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Have you ever been to the Basque Pottery Museum?
  • Blanca Suárez (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoAdjetivo

    Learn about the famous Spanish actress Blanca Suárez
  • Breakfast, the most important meal of the day (B2)
    AdjetivoConjunciónGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Discover why breakfast is such an important meal for performing well at work.
  • Campervan trip (B2)
    InfinitivoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Jesús and Mateo love their campervan and travelling around Spain
  • Campsite activities (B2)
    PronombreModo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Get some fresh ideas for things to do when you go camping.
  • Carmen (B2)
    El Presente de SubjuntivoLa oración subordinada de finalidadModo subjuntivo

    Meet Carmen, a very positive woman.
  • Casa Decor Madrid
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoApócope

    Adriana plans to attend an exclusive exhibition next year.
  • Casillero del Diablo (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Rosa and Enrique tell us about their experience with this Chilean wine.
  • Chupachups (B2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoVoz pasiva

    Did you know that these lollipops were a Spanish invention?
  • Colombia in the world (B2)
    AdjetivoParticipioPronombre relativo

    Why is Colombia a great place to visit?
  • Couchsurfing in Spain (B2)
    El Presente de SubjuntivoOración subordinada temporalJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Learn about Couchsurfing, a service that connects a global community of travelers.
  • Dancing an aurresku (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoSuperlativoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about the aurresku, a famous dance from the Basque Country.
  • DIY
    Modo subjuntivoEl Futuro SimpleFuturo

    Do some DIY with Marta while practising adverbial clauses followed by El Subjuntivo, El Futuro Perfecto and El Condicional Perfecto.
  • Dream trips (B2)
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Have you ever experienced a dream trip?
  • Easter Empanadas from Chile (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoGerundio/Spanish present participlePronombre de complemento directo

    Agustín tells us about his delicious Easter empanadas from Chile.
  • Environmental issues Free
    AdjetivoParticipioEl Presente

    Practise the passive voice, the gerund, relative clauses and the subjunctive mood.
  • European Green Capital 2012
    Voz pasivaParticipioEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Practise the passive voice with simple tenses and modal verbs in El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • Everlasting love in Caazapá (B2)
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Have you ever heard about the wellspring of eternal love?
  • Fast & Furious (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoParticipioVerbo irregular

    Mariana is a big fan of the famous film Fast & Furious.
  • Getting my nails done (B2)
    Reflexive verbsJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Daniela feels very excited about getting her nails done.
  • Good friends (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivo

    Learn about this amazing friendship.
  • Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
    Verbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Visit the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao while practising El Futuro Simple, impersonal expressions, clauses followed by El Subjuntivo, passive sentences and "al" followed by an infinitive.
  • Handicrafts for Father's Day (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoAdjetivo

    Mario is very excited about his son's present.
  • He's a handyman! (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaOración subordinada temporalLa oración subordinada causal

    Sara is very proud of her father, as he seems to be a highly-skilled man!
  • Heavenly beaches in Cancun (B2)
    Pronombre relativoPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Discover Cancun, a place in Mexico that is recognized worldwide for its spectacular beaches of fine white sand.
  • History of the Dominican Republic (B2)
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Marta tells us the highlights of the Dominican Republic history.
  • Housework gender gap (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoGerundio/Spanish present participleModo imperativo

    Ana reflects on housework gender roles.
  • How to make a good homemade wine (B2)
    InfinitivoVoz pasivaModo subjuntivo

    Interested in making your own wine at home? Check if you are ready for it!
  • I got a promotion! (B2) Free
    AdjetivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoPronombre reflexivo

    Susana got a promotion at work and she's very excited about it.
  • I met Ricky Martin!
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Juliana describes a music concert as you practise El Pretérito Indefinido vs. El Pretérito Imperfecto and the neutral article "lo".
  • If England were a hot country
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoEl Condicional Simple

    Imagine what England would be like if it were a hot country while practising passive sentences with "se" and hypothetical clauses with El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo and El Condicional Simple.
  • If I had won the lottery
    El Condicional PerfectoEl Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de SubjuntivoOración condicional con si

    Practice El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo and El Condicional Perfecto.
  • If I were a child again (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoModo indicativoEl Condicional Simple

    Miguel would like to turn back time and become a child again.
  • If we had our own company
    El Condicional SimpleModo subjuntivoModo condicional

    Rodrigo and Marina tell us about their dream.
  • Interesting facts about the month of April (B2)
    Voz pasivaPronombre de complemento indirectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Ignacio tells us some interesting facts about the month of April.
  • Investments (B2)
    La oración subordinada causalPronombrePronombre de complemento indirecto

    Rebeca is thinking about investing to maximise her savings.
  • Jet ski with Andrea Domínguez (B2)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivo

    Learn about Andrea Domínguez, a Colombian athlete.
  • Jimena (B2)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Sonia went to the hospital yesterday to visit her friend Jimena.
  • Kalimotxo, a different drink
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre relativo

    Practise the usage of El Pretérito Imperfecto vs. El Pretérito Indefinido and adverbial clauses followed by El Subjuntivo.
  • Latin American countries on the silk road (B2)
    AdjetivoInfinitivoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Ramiro, a journalist, is reporting on the Latin American countries involved in the new silk road.
  • Let's go to the spa! (B2)
    Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Blanca and Arturo tells us about their relaxing plan for the weekend.
  • Life on the other side of the world - Australia (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Meet Alejandra, a Spanish expat living in Australia.
  • Long naps (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    Miguel loves naps but his girlfriend doesn't!
  • Long-distance love (B2)
    AdjetivoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    What do you think about long-distance love?
  • Lost in Patagonia (B2)
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Irene and Pedro got lost in Patagonia to explore this area.
  • Maldita Nerea (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoEl Presente de SubjuntivoAdjetivo

    Fidel tells us about Maldita Nerea, his favourite band.
  • Maria de las Mercedes of Orléans (B2)
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoLa oración subordinada causal

    Learn about this Spanish queen from the 19th century.
  • Mistura food festival (B2)
    Pronombre relativoAdjetivoPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about the Peruvian Mistura food festival.
  • Mohammed (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoModo subjuntivo

    Isabel tells us about her best friend Mohammed.
  • Motocross
    Modo subjuntivoWritten accents in SpanishPronombre reflexivo

    Antonio loves doing motocross in his free time.
  • My first fishing trip
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directoPronombre

    In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, El Presente Progresivo and the pluralisation of nouns and adjectives.
  • My grandmother's rosebushes
    AdjetivoGénero femeninoRegular

    Practise the pluperfect tense, relative clauses and the imperfect of subjunctive.
  • My mom's letter from heaven (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre relativoVerbos pronominales

    Marta tells us about a movie she saw recently.
  • No mobile phones at school anymore
    El Presente de SubjuntivoModo subjuntivoEl Futuro Simple

    Learn about the use of mobile phones in French schools while practising the future tense, some impersonal expressions and relative clauses.
  • Priego de Córdoba (B2)
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivo

    Learn about this beautiful baroque town in southern Spain.
  • Puerto Rican coconut pudding (B2)
    El Futuro SimplePronombre relativoVerbo irregular

    Enjoy a traditional Puerto Rican coconut pudding.
  • Remedies for aching muscles (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoGerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Learn some tips to fight sore muscles.
  • Resolutions for 2021 (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoEl Condicional Simple

    Have you already thought your New Year's resolutions?
  • Rice milk (B2)
    El ImperativoEl Presente de Subjuntivoórdenes y peticiones

    Do you fancy a cup of rice milk to beat the heat?
  • Rodolfo Kusch and philosophical Americanism (B2)
    AdjetivoGerundio/Spanish present participleParticipio

    Learn about Rodolfo Kusch and his philosophy.
  • Running for a good cause (B2)
    ParticipioJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Alejandro's girlfriend is going to participate in a race for a good cause.
  • Sailing the seas
    El Futuro PerfectoFuturoRegular

    Pedro tells us about his unusual plan for the future.
  • Saying 'no' (B2)
    FuturoVoz pasivaPronombre de complemento directo

    Learn about the importance of sometimes saying 'no'.
  • Set design (B2)
    El Condicional SimpleModo subjuntivoOración condicional con si

    Do you know about set design?
  • Seven-star hotels (B2)
    AdjetivoModo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Learn about the comfort of seven-star hotels.
  • Shall we take a selfie?
    Voz pasivaGénero femeninoPronombre indefinido

    Practise subordinate clauses followed by El Indicativo or El Subjuntivo.
  • Snakes and Ladders (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaConjunciónFuturo

    Rosalía tells us about Snakes and Ladders, a popular board game in Mexico.
  • Spanish Fool's Day
    FuturoEl Futuro PerfectoRegular

    Discover why Pablo feels very excited about the 28th December while practising El Futuro Perfecto of regular and irregular verbs, and adverbial clauses followed by El Presente de Subjuntivo.
  • Spring vegetables (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento directoEl Futuro Simple

    Learn about what spring vegetables are the best for this new season.
  • Sweeping the house (B2)
    AdjetivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Two Mexican friends are talking about a popular tradition for New Year's Eve.
  • Tailor-made clothes (B2)
    Verbos regulares -er (presente)Verbos regulares -ar (presente)El Futuro Simple

    Miguel goes to a tailor in order to get a perfect suit.
  • The best nursing home in the world (B2)
    PronombrePronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Ángeles tells us about her grandparents' nursing home.
  • The eighth wonder burger (B2)
    El Futuro PerfectoPronombreModo subjuntivo

    Learn about this crazy food challenge.
  • The future of inclusive education (B2)
    Verbos regulares -er (presente)El Presente de SubjuntivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)

    Ester is a teacher and is passionate aboutinclusive education.
  • The invention of photography (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVoz pasivaParticipio

    Learn about the history of photography.
  • The legend of Zorro
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPronombre relativo

    Learn about the famous legend of Zorro.
  • The Maiden's Consent
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Pretérito IndefinidoPronombre reflexivo

    Learn about this literary work written by Moratín in the 19th century. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Imperfecto and El Pretérito Indefinido.
  • The Maspalomas dunes
    Adverbio interrogativoConjunciónLa oración subordinada causal

    Learn about the Maspalomas dunes in Gran Canaria.
  • The Mediterranean diet
    El PresentePronombre relativoVerbo irregular

    Practise relatives, the position of adjectives and modal verbs in passive constructions.
  • The pleasure of traveling with the excuse of climbing (B2)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivo

    Sandra loves travelling while practising climbing, her favourite sport.
  • The rule of the three r's (B2)
    Written accents in SpanishInfinitivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Learn about the rule of the three R's.
  • The Sack Man
    El Pretérito ImperfectoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoEl Pretérito Indefinido

    Learn about this popular Spanish legend.
  • The Spanish financial crisis
    El Pretérito IndefinidoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Adjetivo

    Practise the passive voice and El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo.
  • The Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain)
    Modo condicionalEl Condicional PerfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Practise El Condicional Perfecto and relative clauses.
  • Trash TV
    AdjetivoAdverbio interrogativoParticipio

    Practise the verb of change "to become" and impersonal sentences.
  • Travelling the world in a motor home (RV)
    El Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)Verbos regulares -er (presente)

    Marcos is going to travel the world in a motor home (RV) next summer. In this exercise you'll practise El Futuro Simple and negative opinions with El subjuntivo.
  • UEFA Champions League (B2)
    Pronombre de complemento indirectoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre de complemento directo

    Lucía is very excited about Champions League football games.
  • USA-Chile: more than one hundred years of trade relations (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Gaspar is reflecting on trade relations between the USA and Chile.
  • Useful presents for babies (B2)
    AdjetivoPronombre relativoAdverbio interrogativo

    Learn about useful baby shower presents.
  • Volunteering at Red Cross
    InfinitivoModo subjuntivoEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Marcos tells us about his plan to work as a volunteer next summer.
  • Welcome to La Rioja's Tourist Office
    AdjetivoVerbos regulares -ar (presente)Género femenino

    Practise past participle adjectives, the future and subjunctive tenses.
  • What was a medieval castle for? (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoPor or Para?

    Learn about the function of Spanish medieval castles in the Middle Age.
  • What would your perfect winter afternoon be like? (B2)
    El Condicional SimpleVerbos regulares (condicional)Pronombre de complemento indirecto

    Asunción tells us about her ideal winter afternoon.
  • What's best, the countryside or the city? (B2)
    Modo subjuntivoConjunciónEl Presente de Subjuntivo

    Maria reflects on city life and life in the countryside.
  • When I was a child
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoModo subjuntivo

    Marcos tells us about his childhood.
  • Where is my tambourine? (B2)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Futuro SimpleVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Monica is doing her best to find her misplaced tambourine before Christmas.
  • Who should I have dinner with? (B2)
    El Futuro SimpleModo subjuntivoVerbos regulares -ir (presente)

    Sheila doesn't know who to have dinner with on New Year's Eve.
  • Window to the World (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivo

    Learn about this Colombian architectural marvel.
  • Witches from Galicia (B2)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Learn about meigas, Spanish witches from northwest Spain.
  • Women's suffrage in Spain (B2)
    AdjetivoEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Learn about women's suffrage in Spain.
  • C1: Advanced Spanish writing exercises

  • 2021: the Year of the Ox (C1)
    Voz pasivaParticipioModo subjuntivo

    Learn about the new Chinese year for 2021.
  • A coffee shop for cats (C1)
    Verbos pronominalesParticipioInfinitivo

    Discover this unusual coffee shop where cats are the stars!
  • A Film Review
    ParticipioVoz pasivaEl Condicional Perfecto

    Practise neuter pronouns, the passive voice with simple and compound tenses, and "if" clauses with El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo followed by El Condicional Compuesto.
  • A rock 'n' roll grandmother
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalParticipio

    Practise El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo, the passive voice with simple and compound tenses, spelling and written accents.
  • A TikTok dance challenge (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito Imperfecto

    Celia's dance got popular in TikTok.
  • Alcoy and its textile industry (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPreposiciónAdjetivo

    Inés is telling her son Alberto about Alcoy's industry.
  • Antonio Gaudi
    ParticipioAdjetivoVoz pasiva

    Learn about Gaudí's architecture in Barcelona and practise relative pronouns and the passive voice.
  • Benefits of art therapy (C1)
    La oración subordinada de finalidadConjunción coordinanteVerbos pronominales

    Have you ever heard about art therapy?
  • Bilbao Book Fair (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoOración subordinada temporal

    Ready to visit the Bilbao Book Fair?
  • Bungee Jumping (C1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoOración subordinada temporal

    Candela tells us about her first bungee jump.
  • Castile comes from 'castle' (C1)
    El Condicional SimpleEl Pretérito IndefinidoEl Futuro Simple

    Learn about the etymological origin of the word 'Castile'.
  • Cataract surgery (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoEl Futuro Perfecto

    Cecilia tells us about her upcoming cataract surgery.
  • Charity Kings Parade (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoConjunción

    Are you a fan of The Three Wise Men?
  • Chinese horoscope
    Modo subjuntivoEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoVoz pasiva

    Learn about the Chinese horoscope.
  • Climbing the Gorbea
    Oración condicional con siWritten accents in SpanishJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Learn about this hill in the north of Spain.
  • Combat sports: sport or violence? (C1)
    Oración condicional con siJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaPronombre

    Do you think that combat sports are violent? Look at what Pedro thinks about them.
  • Corruption
    Voz pasivaAspecto progresivoJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Practise the passive voice with compound tenses and modal verbs.
  • Council housing challenges (C1)
    Modo subjuntivoModo indicativoLa oración subordinada de finalidad

    Learn about the council housing situation in a Spanish city.
  • Eating in the heights of Barcelona (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesAdjetivo

    Interested in getting a high-flying meal?
  • Hatless women (C1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Condicional SimpleEl Futuro Simple

    Learn about the hatless women from the twenties.
  • History of Valencia FC (C1)
    AdjetivoParticipioModo subjuntivo

    Learn about Valencia FC's history.
  • I'm going everywhere with my GPS!
    La perífrasis verbalOración condicional con siLa oración subordinada de finalidad

    Pedro tells us about the GPS he just bought.
  • Ice on the moon?
    ParticipioVoz pasivaVerbo modal

    Practise the passive voice with compound tenses and modal verbs.
  • Intarsia (C1)
    ParticipioVoz pasivaAdjetivo

    Learn about intarsia, a very old traditional woodwork technique.
  • José Ortega y Gasset (C1)
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa oración impersonal

    Learn about Ortega y Gasset and his philosophy.
  • Last minute travelling (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesLa oración subordinada condicional

    Marisa is tempted to travel last minute this summer.
  • Marmitako to keep warm (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaModo subjuntivoVerbos pronominales

    Blanca feels like cooking a hot tuna dish to warm herself up after a rainy day.
  • Mexicans in the USA (C1)
    Oración condicional con siEl Condicional PerfectoEl Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo

    Amelia is impressed by Mexican culture and cuisine in the USA.
  • Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba (C1)
    Verbos pronominalesJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbal

    Have you ever visited the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba?
  • My father's self-portrait (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivoModo subjuntivo

    Daniel had a lot of fun with his father's self-portrait.
  • Paid to sleep! (C1)
    Oración subordinada relativaModo subjuntivoPronombre de complemento indirecto

    Learn about this relaxing business.
  • PISA report: Spain (C1)
    Artículo neutroJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaGerundio/Spanish present participle

    Carlos, headmaster of a Spanish school, shares his thoughts about the latest PISA report.
  • Putting yourself first (C1)
    Modo subjuntivoJerga/ Expresión idiomáticaInfinitivo

    Isabel is giving Maria some advice following her breakup with her boyfriend.
  • Really hard January (C1)
    La oración subordinada modalConjunción subordinanteJerga/ Expresión idiomática

    Manuel is regretting having spent so much money on Christmas.
  • Sailing in Majorca (C1)
    Verbos pronominalesOración subordinada temporalPronombre demostrativo

    Sara has received an exciting proposal to sail in Majorca.
  • San Isidro in Madrid (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaVerbos pronominalesSer or Estar?

    Learn about this popular celebration in Madrid.
  • Superstitions in the Middle Ages (C1)
    El Pretérito IndefinidoEl Pretérito ImperfectoAdjetivo

    Learn about some superstitions that existed in the Middle Ages.
  • Tango
    El Condicional SimpleEl Imperfecto SubjuntivoOración condicional con si

    Learn about the tango while practising the difference between "por mí que" vs "para mí que", hypothetical clauses introduced by "si" + " El Imperfecto Subjuntivo" and the passive voice with compound tenses.
  • The Cíes Islands (C1)
    El Imperfecto SubjuntivoWritten accents in SpanishParticipio

    Have you ever been to The Cíes Islands?
  • The desert island
    La perífrasis verbalVoz pasivaParticipio

    Learn about this Argentinian play.
  • The end of cash? (C1)
    Gerundio/Spanish present participleInfinitivoModo indicativo

    Pablo is reflecting about the use of cash in Spain during the pandemic.
  • The perfect portrait (C1)
    InfinitivoVerbos pronominalesAdjetivo

    Mercedes tells us about the art of making good portraits.
  • The wisdom of the elderly (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaLa perífrasis verbalModo indicativo

    Discover how important elderly people are in Spanish society.
  • Videogames improve memory
    Modo subjuntivoModo indicativoOración condicional con si

    Learn about the benefits of playing video games.
  • Vitoria, European Green Capital (C1)
    Jerga/ Expresión idiomáticaAdjetivoVerbos pronominales

    Learn about Vitoria-Gasteiz, my home city!
  • What a fright! Free
    ParticipioPronombre de complemento indirectoPronombre de complemento directo

    Practise indefinite adjectives, the passive voice, El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto de Indicativo and Subjuntivo.

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