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Spanish Speaking Essay

790 words - 4 pages


Para 1
En las vacaciones me gusta ir a los países cálidos. Me gusta ir allí porque me encanta la playa y no hay playas bonitas en Inglaterra. Además para mí es muy importante tener el clima cálido porque en Inglaterra siempre hace frío y llueve. Me gustaría quedarme en hoteles de 5 estrellas, sin embargo no es muy fácil pagar los precios altos y por esta razón normalmente nos quedamos en un apartamento. Claro que, si tuviera más dinero, siempre me quedaría en un hotel lujoso con una piscina grande y vistas al mar.

During the holidays I like to go to hot countries. I like going there because I love the beach and there aren’t beautiful beaches in England. Besides its ...view middle of the document...

Fuimos allí en avión y el viaje duró catorce horas. Odio los aviones y por eso no me gustó el viaje. El olor de la comida me ponía enferma. Había películas que podíamos ver en el vuelo, así que vi película tras película. Los vuelos a Malasia no eran tan malos porque desde Singapur los viajes solo duraron dos horas. También estuve con mis primos, así que estaba distraída de la comida horrible y el olor horrible.

The first place I went on holiday was Singapore. We went there by aeroplane, it took 14 hours to get there.  I hate flights so i did not enjoy it. The smell of the food makes me sick.  There were movies we could watch on the flight so i just watched movie after movie.
the flights to Malaysia were not as bad because from singapore they were only 2 hours away each.  I was also with my cousins so i was distracted from the horrible food and horrible smell.

Para 4
Llegamos a Singapur por la mañana, así que estábamos muy cansados. Nos fuimos a dormir un par de horas y luego salimos por la noche. Fuimos al centro y vimos la vida nocturna. El segundo día fuimos a la playa y nos montamos...

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