Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around
Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around

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Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around


Actividad 9.7

Read the following sentences about cultural facts that have appeared in this course and note whether each is true or false.

¿Verdadero o falso?

(a) La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias es un complejo cultural y educativo.
(b) Uno de los edificios más famosos de Santiago de Chile es El Cabildo.
(c) En Valencia no hay muchos edificios antiguos.
(d) En La Habana hay muchos bares con actuaciones de música.
(e) Una de las calles más importantes de Barcelona es las Ramblas.
(f) En Santiago de Cuba se puede visitar la casa del antiguo gobernador español en Cuba, Hernán Cortés.


  • (a)  Verdadero.

  • (b)  Falso. ( The famous Cabildo that you have seen is in Montevideo. Famous buildings in Santiago de Chile include La Casa de la Moneda and the Palacio Cousiño.)

  • (c)  Falso. ( There are many different examples of historical architecture such as modernist and medieval .)

  • (d)  Verdadero.

  • (e)  Verdadero.

  • (f)  Falso. ( The first governor of Cuba was Diego Velázquez, after whom the museum in Santiago de Cuba is named.)


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