Eating out
Spanish writing exercise

Comer fuera de casa (B1)

Manuel tells us about going out for lunch. In this exercise you'll practise some expressions followed by El Presente de Subjuntivo.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "seat", "hake" and "anchovy".

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If you want to eat out, you have many options to choose from. You can eat very well in this restaurant in the centre. It's good that there are many dishes to choose from and it seems perfect to me that we go here. They have a huge variety of sandwiches and tapas and it's reasonably priced. I hope that they give us a seat at a table near the window because we like to see people passing by while we eat and talk. I don't think we'll ask for either hake or anchovies because we like all types of fish except those. The waiter just took our order. It's time for us to drink a glass of wine and to relax before eating.

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