On the moon (C1)
Spanish writing exercise

En la luna

Learn about Clara's adventure in an unknown place. In this exercise you'll practise idiomatic expressions for emphasis, subordinate clauses, pronominal verbs and El Futuro Perfecto to express surprise.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to float", "gravity", "on top of that", "depth" and "disoriented".

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I feel extremely light, as if I were floating in the air due to the loss of gravity. I am really calm, because there is no vibration and no noise. I may be walking on another planet, I can see a black sky with a bright sun without reflection on the surface. What strange sensations! Where have I really ended up? On top of that, I have trouble perceiving many objects since their depth is not familiar to me. My God, everything points to me being on the moon! But suddenly there is a loud noise at which point I get scared and feel disoriented. Ah, it is my alarm clock! It was all a dream!

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