My sister's birth

Spanish A2 writing exercise

El nacimiento de mi hermana

Juan tells us about his sister's birth. In this exercise you'll practise El Pretérito Indefinido, causal connectors, subordinate clauses with "después de", personal "a" verb "ver"; and indefinite adjectives/pronouns "mucho" and "bastante".

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to be born", "calmly", "to enter", "to cry (weep)", "newborn" and "to promise".

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Yesterday a very special event happened because my sister Sarai was born. My mother gave birth calmly because Sarai had no problems and the doctors were very effective. After the birth, when I entered the room and I saw my sister, I felt very emotional and I cried for a few minutes. It's so nice to see a newly-born baby! I promise to take good care of Sarai.

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