Sahrawi children in Spain (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Niños saharauis en España

Learn about a project that welcomes Sahrawi children to Spain every summer. In this exercise you'll practise the difference between "pero" vs. "sino", the gender/number of nouns ending differently from -o/-a, and direct/indirect pronouns.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "holidays", "peace (period without war)", "stay (temporary residence)", "to feed", "outdoor", "host family" and "rewarding".

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We adopt Sahrawi children every summer in my neighbourhood. Well, it's not adopting exactly, but hosting. These kids spend the whole summer with us with a project called Holidays in Peace. During their stay in Spain, we take them to the doctor, we feed them well and they also do outdoor activities with host families. It is a very rewarding experience.

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