An online Carnival party

Spanish B2 writing exercise

Una fiesta de Carnaval online

Victoria is very excited about her upcoming online Carnival party. In this exercise you'll practise subordinate result clauses, words that change their meaning depending on the accent and subordinate causal clauses.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "pandemic", "to cheer up", "this way", "magician", "harlequin" and "mermaid".

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As this year Carnival has been cancelled because of the pandemic, my friends and I are going to have an online party to cheer us up a bit. It is the first time that we are going to celebrate it this way, so we have thought about dressing up, each one at home and then all of us connect to Zoom. I still don't know what to wear I can't decide on a costume since I have three: a magician, another is a harlequin and the third is a mermaid. Which will be the most beautiful? Alberto will be at the meeting, the guy that I like so much, so I have to make myself very pretty!