Elizabeth II of Spain (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Isabel II de España

Learn about Elizabeth II of Spain. In this exercise, you'll practise El Pretérito Indefinido, nouns ending differently from '-o/-a', El Pretérito Imperfecto, and the causal connector "porque".

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "abolition", "railway line" and "industrialisation".

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Elizabeth II reigned in Spain between 1833 and 1868. It was a complex reign because her father appointed her queen with the abolition of the salic law and many people disagreed. However, Elizabeth II made many reforms, she modernised the country, she promoted the construction of the railway line and of a water supply canal for the city of Madrid. In addition, she introduced labour improvements and supported Spanish industrialisation.

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