Mohammed (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

Mohammed

Isabel tells us about her best friend Mohammed. In this exercise you'll practise the position of adjectives, negative opinions followed by El Subjuntivo, the verb "convertirse" and the difference between El Pretérito Imperfecto vs. El Pretérito indefinido.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to get along" and "a heart of gold".

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Even if you know a lot of people, nobody is as nice as my friend Mohammed. He arrived in Spain from Morocco with his parents, when he was just a five-year-old boy, in search of a better life. He quickly learnt Spanish at school and he became the most popular boy in my class. We have always got along very well and he (has) helped me a lot when I needed it He invited me to go to his country this year to discover the fascinating Moroccan culture. I don't think we will be bored on this trip since Mohammed makes me laugh with his jokes and (he) has a heart of gold.

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