It's time for your Weekend Workout with a mix of writing challenges and dictations. This week's theme is Halloween and All Saints' Day (of course!!). As you may know, while Halloween is now celebrated in many Spanish-speaking countries, traditionally the main focus for celebrations is on All Saints' Day (also known in English as All Hallows' Day) which is where the word Halloween (All Hallows' Eve) comes from.
- A2: Huesos Dulces
- B1: Don Juan Tenorio
- B2: Barrilletes en Supango
- A1: Halloween Night
- A2: Trick or Treat!
- B1: All Saints' Day
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¡Buen fin de semana!