Theatrical courtyards

"Los corrales de comedias"
Spanish A1 writing exercise

Learn about 16th and 17th-century theatrical courtyards while practising El Presente, "qué", agreement of nouns and adjectives, and "para".

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "public", "space", "patio", "awning", "famous" and "story".

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What are theatrical courtyards? They are public theaters of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In these spaces there are theatrical performances. They exist in Spain and [in] Latin America. They are [the] interior patios of houses. They have no roof but there is an awning to protect people from the sun. They are very famous and their history is interesting.

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