Plastic money (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

El dinero de plástico

Learn about an alternative payment to cash. In this exercise, you'll practise the conjunction "que", nouns with a different ending from -o/-a, and the causal connector "porque".

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "modality", "payment", "to consist of", "debit card", "credit card", "to withdraw (money: take from account)", "ATM", "cash", "dangerous" and "to spend money".

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Plastic money is a form of electronic payment. It consists of a debit or credit card that the bank issues to the holder (in order) to make payments and withdraw money at ATMs. In my opinion, cards are convenient because you don't have to carry cash with you, but if you lose control easily, they can be dangerous and you can spend money unnecessarily without thinking.

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