Climate change

Spanish A1 writing exercise

El cambio climático

Patricia doesn't feel at all happy about climate change. In this exercise, you'll practise El Presente, the negation, modal verbs, and gender/number of regular nouns/adjectives.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to change (alter)", "temperature", "heat wave", "to snow", "to protect", "desert" and "sad".

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How the test works

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The climate is changing. In summer, temperatures are very high and there are heat waves. In winter, it is not too cold and I don't need to wear warm clothes because it doesn't snow. This is called climate change and it exists all over the world. We have to look after the environment (in order) to stop climate change. I don't want to have a desert in my country, it is very sad.

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