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The Zacatal Bridge (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Puente El Zacatal

Learn about The Zacatal Bridge in Mexico. In this exercise you'll practise causal connectors, how to say "to have just done" and some uses of the preposition "por".

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "wonderful", "prefabricated", "almost" and "quickly".

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I am traveling through Mexico and I just went over a wonderful bridge in the southwest of Ciudad del Carmen. It is called El Zacatal Bridge, it forms an arch over the canal and its structure is formed of prefabricated elements. It measures almost four kilometers and every day, thousands of trucks, public means of transport and private cars circulate over it, since this connects quickly with Villahermosa and Tabasco.

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