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Bank of Spain (A1)
Spanish writing exercise

Banco de España

Learn about Bank of Spain. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, negative sentences, El Futuro Próximo and the causal connector "porque".

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to lend (loan money)", "coin", "note (money)", "to exchange (currency: transfer)", "European Central Bank", "decision", "to learn", "to see" and "operations".

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The Bank of Spain is a different bank. It is the central bank of Spain and (it) does not lend money because it supervises other banks. It issues euro coins and notes and (it) exchanges the old pesetas. Also, it works with the European Central Bank and makes decisions. I'm going to go to the Madrid headquarters (in order) to learn more and see the operations because I like money.

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