A night hike

"Un paseo nocturno"
Spanish B1 writing exercise

Experience the thrill of a night hike with María and Alberto.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to realise", "dark (lack of light)", "full moon", "clearly (see: distinctly)", "owl", "fox", "bat" and "grateful".

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Last night Maria and I went for a walk together in the woods. Getting ready to leave home, we could already feel the coolness of the night in the air. When we reached the forest, we realised that everything seemed different in the dark. The full moon shone in the sky, allowing us to clearly see the trails that we had to follow. Also, we heard the sound of dry leaves crunching under our feet as we were walking through the woods. As we went, we saw some nocturnal animals, like owls, foxes and bats, moving in the distance. We felt very grateful to be able to experience the beauty of nature and the magic of the night together.

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