A wedding in Las Vegas (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

Una boda en Las Vegas

Discover what a wedding in Las Vegas means! In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, prepositions, the verb "gustar", and regular nouns/adjectives.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to get married", "bouquet", "legal" and "home country".

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Yesterday we got married in Las Vegas! How crazy! The ceremony was very original. A man dressed as Elvis took me up to the alter, he sang several songs during the ceremony and I received a beautiful bouquet of roses. Nothing like it exists in Mexico! And this marriage is totally legal, it is valid in my home country. You just need to get a marriage license before you get married and that's it.

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