Booking a table in a restaurant (A1)
Spanish writing exercise

Reservando mesa en un restaurante

Learn how to book a table in a Spanish restaurant. In this exercise, you'll practise El Presente, interrogative words, negative sentences, and gender/number of regular nouns/adjectives.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to wish (desire)", "to book (a table)", "OK" and "prices".

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  • I’ll keep track of what you need to practise
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How the test works

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-Good evening! How can I help you? -I'd like to book a table. -Of course. For how many people? -For four people, please. -Good. What time would you like to have dinner? -At nine, please. -Perfect, thank you. -How much does the fixed-price menu cost? -I'm sorry, we don't have a fixed-price menu in the evening. You can see our à la carte menu with delicious dishes and affordable prices on our website. -Thank you, bye!

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