Our honeymoon in Punta Cana (B1)
Spanish writing exercise

Nuestra luna de miel en Punta Cana

Ramón and Clara are in Punta Cana for their honeymoon. In this exercise, you'll practise El Condicional Simple, the position of pronouns, relatives, and ordinal numbers.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to get married", "ceremony", "honeymoon", "beachfront", "to be surrounded by", "sailing" and "merengue".

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Ramón and I fulfilled the dream of our lives and we finally got married. The day after the ceremony, we headed to Punta Cana, where we are going to spend our honeymoon. The hotel is located on the beachfront, and it is surrounded by an impressive natural environment. We would like very much not only to sunbathe, but also to do water sports like sailing. Also, it would be nice to take an excursion to Santo Domingo and learn to dance merengue. We are very happy to have chosen this heavenly place to spend the first days of our marriage.

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