Co-official languages in Spain (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Lenguas cooficiales de España

Learn about other official languages in Spain. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente and the gender/number of nouns/adjectives ending differently from -o/-a.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "co-official", "Catalan", "Aranese", "Valencian", "Basque", "Galician", "public administration", "according to" and "Statutes of Autonomy".

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
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How the test works

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In Spain these co-official languages exist: Catalan and Aranese in Catalonia, Valencian in Valencia, Basque or Euskera in the Basque Country and in a part of Navarra; and Galician in Galicia. These languages are official with Castilian in those communities. They are compulsory in school and in public administration according to the Statutes of Autonomy.

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