The perfect wedding (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

La boda perfecta

Gonzalo tells us about his gorgeous wedding in Puerto Rico. In this exercise you'll practise the difference between El Pretérito Imperfecto and El Pretérito Indefinido, the position of pronouns and relatives.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "destination", "first class", "barefoot" and "banquet".

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I'm going to tell you how my wedding was in Puerto Rico, one of the most beautiful destinations to marry in the world. We flew from Panama to San Juan in first class, and at the airport we were picked up by a private car to take us to the hotel. Once there, we left the suitcases in the room, we changed our clothes and went down to the private beach where our guests were waiting for us. We were all dressed in white and we were barefoot. After saying yes I do, there were fireworks and we moved by boat to a nearby private island to attend the banquet. It was an unforgettable experience!

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