If England were a hot country
Spanish writing exercise

Si Inglaterra fuera un país cálido

Can you imagine what England would be like if it were a hot country? In this exercise you'll practise passive sentences with "se" and hypothetical clauses with El Imperfecto de Subjuntivo and El Condicional Simple.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to be in a good mood", "habit", "to beat the heat", "climate", and "dissatisfied".

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It's often said that in England it's very cold. This is true but with the current climate change, we are experiencing very hot summers and fairly mild winters. However, I do not think England is a warm country if we compare it with other countries in the world. If in England it were hot, people would always be in a good mood but you could not work efficiently due to to not being used to and not having the resources to beat the heat. However, if England were a hot country, English people would not travel to other countries to go to the beach and they would go to cities like Brighton or Portsmouth, that would be cheaper for them than going abroad. If England had a drier climate, it would be marvellous to live here all year long but some cold-loving people would be dissatisfied.

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