My boyfriend Carlos
Spanish writing exercise

Mi novio Carlos

In this exercise you'll practise the position of pronouns, the differences between "saber" vs. "conocer", how to say "extremely + adjective", and reciprocal verbs.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"to date someone", "to know someone", "to argue" and "to get on well with someone".

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I am going to talk to you about my boyfriend Carlos. We have been dating for more than four years. We met each other at a friend's birthday party while I was dancing in a bar. Everyone says that Carlos is extremely handsome but they don't know him as a person. He is wonderful and very attentive! We never argue and he knows how to listen when I have a serious problem. Also, he gets on very well with my parents and my sister Sheila. I think that my family treat [US: treats] Carlos like a member of the family. What more can I ask for?

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