Easter cake
Spanish writing exercise

Mona de Pascua

Mariela loves eating Easter cakes! In this exercise you'll practise stem-changing verbs in El Presente, El Pretérito Indefinido, El Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto and indefinite adjectives.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "dessert", "Easter Monday" and "shape".

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Yesterday I ate an Easter cake after lunch. This dessert has always been very traditional in all Mediterranean countries. It's a plain or chocolate sponge cake and it comes from the Arabic word "munna", which means "provision of the mouth". This cake is eaten on Easter Monday, usually for dessert or at tea time. It reminds me of the King Cake because its shape is similar but its taste is fairly different.

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