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Los Vacaciones1:¿Adónde fuiste de vacaciones el año pasado? ¿Qué hiciste?El año pasado, fui a España con mi hermano en un avión. Fue muy emocionante e interesante. Fui a la playa Islas Cíes en Galicia. Me encantó el clima caliente. También visité el Estadio Camp Nou de Barcelona. Era grande y magnífico. Yo también fui de compras y compró regalos para mi familia y amigos.2: ¿Adónde irás el año que viene?El año que viene, voy a ir a México con mis compañeros de clase, en verano, así que el tiempo va a ser agradable/bueno. Vamo ...view middle of the document...

Sin embargo, cuando estoy con mis amigos, podemos ir a cualquier parte. por ejemplo, ir a discotecas, jugando en la playa y dormir a las 2 de la mañana.6: ¿Has ido de viaje con el colegio alguna vez?Sí que he ido en viajes con mi escuela. sin embargo, nunca hemos estado en el extranjero. Fui con mi escuela a lugares como Alton Towers, el parque Thorpe, el teatro y parques. Me gusta esto mucho porque estoy con mis amigos y tengo un buen tiempo. El año que viene, estamos de visita en Francia y estoy muy emocionado porque es nuestro primer viaje al extranjero. Es muy caro, pero yo nunca lo olvidaré.7: Si tuvieras mucho dinero, ¿cómo sería tu viaje ideal?Si tuviera mucho dinero, mi viaje ideal sería visitar las Maldivas porque unos amigos me han dicho que es un lugar muy relajante y un buen lugar para evitar el estrés. Me gustaría ir con mi familia y comprar un montón de cosas sin valor, porque esto es lo que hacen los famosos. esto hará que me sienta muy especial. Además, me gustaría visitar los lugares de interés turístico y tomar fotos para que nunca se olvide el viaje. Esta sería mi vi...


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