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Partying in Tenerife (B1)
Spanish writing exercise

De fiesta en Tenerife

Learn about the carnival of Tenerife. In this exercise you'll practise El Futuro Simple, position of pronouns, the difference between "saber" vs. "conocer" and affirmative commands in the "nosotros" form.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to take place", "to book (to reserve)" and "double room".

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Have you ever been to the carnival of Tenerife? I traveled to this island with my best friend (in order) to see the carnival parades that will take place here. We booked a double room in the capital, Santa Cruz, and we will visit the city. Besides, we really like to party, so we are going to dress up (in order) to go to the bars and meet a lot of people. They say that there is a lot of positive energy on the island during these days. Let's check it out!

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