A creepy recipe for this Halloween (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Una receta escalofriante para este Halloween

Enjoy a terrifying Halloween recipe! In this exercise, you'll practise affirmative commands in the "" form (regular and irregular), demonstrative pronouns, and gender/number of nouns ending differently from -o/-a.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "Halloween night", "mummy", "recipe (food)", "to place", "prune (dried plum)", "to cover", "to wrap", "bandage" and "beaten egg".

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Today we are going to prepare an ideal snack for Halloween night. It is called Tutancamembert, it is a mummy and this is the recipe: first, cut a camembert cheese into two halves, place a few prunes covering one half and cover that part with the other half of the cheese. Then make two eyes with some grapes and, with short pastry, wrap the cheese with straight one centimetre strips to make the mummy bandages. Finally, paint the figure with beaten egg and bake the cheese for 15-20 minutes.

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