Handicrafts from Ecuador

Spanish A2 writing exercise

Artesanías de Ecuador

Rodrigo has brought home many handicrafts from Ecuador. In this exercise you'll practise the verb "to love", El Presente of some specific verbs, nouns/adjectives ending differently from -o/-a, and the indefinite pronoun "todo".

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "scarf (neck covering: for warmth)", "embroidered blouses", "fabric (cloth)", "wool", "craft (handicraft)", "to remind", "trip (journey)" and "piece".

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How the test works

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Ponchos, scarves, embroidered blouses, alpaca wool fabrics, musical instruments and hats go inside my suitcase. All these crafts are very lovely and they remind me of the fantastic trip to Ecuador. I love buying these objects because this way I contribute to the local economy and I help Ecuadorian natives who normally manufacture these pieces of handicraft.

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