I'm not sure why the above phrase translates as "a lot of leisure activities available in Madrid." The phrase appears to be singular (hay una) so I would have expected it to translate as something like "There is a great / important leisure activity on offer / available." Is "oferta" invariable for singular and plural?
Would appreciate your help.
Reading B1, Listening or Seeing B1
This sentence doesn't have a literal translation in English; this is why we used the most natural translation. In Spanish it is saying literally: "In summer in Madrid there is a big offer of leisure." As this cannot be translated literally in English, we need to use the equivalent, said in the most natural way.
I hope this helps,
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