The Prince of Salsa (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

El príncipe de la salsa

Meet Luis Enrique Mejía, The Prince of Salsa. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto, indefinite adjectives and gender/number of nouns ending differently from -o/-a.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "singer-songwriter", "gold", "platinum", "tour (musicians, circus, etc.)" and "to greet (say hi)".

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How the test works

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My name is Luis Enrique Mejía, I am a Nicaraguan salsa singer-songwriter and I love my profession. I'm well known for my style of music, the romantic salsa, and that's why my nickname is "The Prince of Salsa". I have won multiple gold and platinum records. and many more music awards. This week, I'm going to start a tour around Latin America and I'm going to greet my fans. It's going to be very special.

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