The oldest man in the world

Spanish A1 writing exercise

El hombre más anciano del mundo

Learn about the oldest man in the world. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, verb "gustar" and gender & number of nouns.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "world" and "life expectancy".

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The oldest man in the world is called Masazo Nonaka and he is from Japan He lives with his children and has a family business. He is 112 years old and he likes sweets [US: candy]. Also he usually watches sumo wrestling and eats a lot of fruit and vegetables. Japan has a very high life expectancy. I want to be like him and live for a long time.

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