My house is spotless!

Spanish A2 writing exercise

¡Mi casa está impecable!

Santiago loves having clean floors without any effort on his part. In this exercise you'll practise causal connectors, demonstrative pronouns, how to say "after" and the verb "to love".

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to be lucky", "immaculate", "to clean", "wonderful", "to hoover", "to vacuum" and "irobot".

I’ll give you some sentences to translate into Spanish

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How the test works

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I'm very lucky because my house is immaculate. When I want to clean the floors, I talk to my assistant Alexa and she turns on the Roomba. It is wonderful! This robot not only vacuums the floors but also cleans objects. In addition, it has a function (in order) to mop the floor after vacuuming. I love this irobot.

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