RE: Chupachups

NicoleB1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

RE: Chupachups

RE: Chupachups (B2) Spanish writing exercise In addition, in 1994 the first mega lollipop was created HINT: In addition = además, put "was created" after "in 1994". I appreciated this hint, because without it, I would have structured if quite differently. Is there a lesson or rule or something to help me learn to be able to apply this structure easily? And other similar ones? -2 Also, these are from the Friday Weekend workout: Spanish writing and listening challenges, I was not able to find a list of the Thursday Weekend workouts, Could you tell me how to find those? Than you. I thought they’d be in the Library with the Friday ones, but only found the Friday ones. Thank you for your help and hope you are all doing well . Nicole
Asked 4 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Nicole,

we add this sort of hints to reduce the scope of answers as sometimes it is too wide. This way the student focuses on one specific structure or order. As mentioned before, there is no content in Kwiziq specific to flexibility/order, because Spanish is pretty flexible and there is no specific rule. 

If you are referring to learning a bit more about the passive, e.g. was created, we have a lesson on this. Have a look here

On Thursdays we send the Spanish newsletter with fill-in-the-gap exercises for that week and also readers. To opt for this students need to click their email preferences. Have a look here

Saludos

Inma

RE: Chupachups

RE: Chupachups (B2) Spanish writing exercise In addition, in 1994 the first mega lollipop was created HINT: In addition = además, put "was created" after "in 1994". I appreciated this hint, because without it, I would have structured if quite differently. Is there a lesson or rule or something to help me learn to be able to apply this structure easily? And other similar ones? -2 Also, these are from the Friday Weekend workout: Spanish writing and listening challenges, I was not able to find a list of the Thursday Weekend workouts, Could you tell me how to find those? Than you. I thought they’d be in the Library with the Friday ones, but only found the Friday ones. Thank you for your help and hope you are all doing well . Nicole

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