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

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Beginners’ Spanish: Getting around

5.2 Actividad

Actividad 5.2

1 Look at the following picture of a bar. Write down what you see, using the structure hay + un/una.

Observe y escriba.

2 Listen to the audio clip below and do the exercise.

Escuche y participe.

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Transcript: In the bar

Raquel:
Pista 44
William
what things can you hear in this bar. Answer by following the prompts.
Raquel:
Describa que hay en el bar.

<sound of public phone|>

Raquel:
Ejemplo:
Raquel:
Teléfono público.

<pause>

Juan carlos
Hay un teléfono público.
Raquel:
Ahora Ud...
Raquel:
a)

(sound of somebody making a cocktail)

cócteles
Mariluz:
Hay unos cócteles
Raquel:
b)

(sound of a live performance)

actuación en vivo
Juan Carlos
Hay una actuación en vivo
Raquel:
c)

music: Bruton BCC4. track 11 Blue Danube. dur: 00.09

pista de baile
Mariluz
Hay una pista de baile
Raquel:
d)

(sound of people being served outside)

terraza
Juan Carlos
Hay una terraza
Raquel:
e)

<máquina tragaperras sound>

máquinas tragaperras
Juan Carlos
Hay unas máquinas tragaperras.
Raquel:
f)

<sound of people playing dominó>

juegos de mesa
Mariluz
Hay unos juegos de mesa
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Vocabulario

pista de baile (la) dance floor
juegos de mesa (los) board games

Answer

  1. Here is a possible answer:

    • Hay una barra. Hay una terraza. Hay un camarero. Hay un sofá. Hay unas mesas. Hay una máquina de café. Hay unos periódicos. Hay un equipo de música. Hay unos taburetes.

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