A ticket for Malaga, please! (A1)
Spanish writing exercise

Un billete para Málaga, ¡por favor!

César wants to get a train ticket to travel to Malaga. In this exercise you'll practise El Presente, numbers and adverbs ending in -mente.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "train station", "to travel", "to buy (purchase)", "counter (sales window)", "platform (train)" and "to look for (search)".

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I am at the train station (in order) to travel to the south of Spain, particularly to Malaga. I need to buy a ticket, so I go to the ticket window and I ask for a ticket for four (o'clock). Then, the seller prints the ticket and I ask how much it costs. The seller says that the ticket costs forty euros. Finally, I pay for the ticket and I look for the platform. I like traveling by train!

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