At the dry cleaner's (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

En la tintorería

Raquel just left the dry cleaners with a lovely just-ironed shirt. In this exercise you'll practise the verb "to love", how to say "to have just done something", indefinite adjectives, and the verb "haber" in the imperfect tense.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to get out (to leave)", "ironed", "stain", "discount", "half price" and "deep cleaning".

I’ll give you some sentences to translate into Spanish

  • I’ll show you where you make mistakes
  • I’ll keep track of what you need to practise
  • Change my choices if you want
Start the exercise
How the test works

Here's a preview of the text for the writing challenge, when you're ready click the start button above:

I just got out of the dry cleaner's with my clean and ironed blouse. I love it! It's much more elegant without annoying stains. Also, there were discounts this week and the washing and ironing cost me half the price. I really like this local dry cleaner because it offers good services and the clerks are very professional. Another day, I'm going to bring a rug, it needs a deep cleaning.

Clever stuff happening!