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Intermediate Spanish: A trip across Latin America
Intermediate Spanish: A trip across Latin America

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This free course was written by Rodrigo Hernaiz-Gomez. It was first published in September 2019.

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Course image: Image by sebastian del val from Pixabay

Figure 1 Map of South America: Google Maps

Figure 2: Desert bus stop and sign: National Geographic Image Collection / Alamy Stock Photo

Figure 3: Car and stools on beach at sunset: Image by Nuria Gonzalez from Pixabay

Figure 4: Town between mountains and sea: Image by Michelle Maria from Pixabay

Figure 5: Town next to river and jungle: Image by fernando patiño franco from Pixabay

Figure 6: La Paz: Image by Poswiecie from Pixabay

Figure 7: Atuntaqui: Image by Marcelo Trujillo from Pixabay

Figure 8: Volcano: Image by Frank Ravizza from Pixabay

Figure 9: Puerto de Amapala, Honduras: Dennis Garcia cleared through copyright commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)

Figure 10: Notebook and photos on sand: Image by rawpixel from Pixabay


Section 2.1 Actividad 5: Como se vive en el pueblo mas seco del mundo : Text adapted from - 'Cómo se vive en el pueblo más seco del mundo'.

Section 4.1 Actividad 14: Ecuador tiene la constitucion mas verde: Adapted from article 'Ecuador tiene la constitucion mas verde',

Section 6.1 Actividad 24: Que son las ZEDE: Arturo Wallace / BBC MUNDO

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