Getting started with Spanish 3
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10 Making arrangements

Now have a go at this activity which will test your understanding of conversations making social arrangements.

Activity 8

Listen to the dialogue between Pilar and Nacho, then select the correct answers to the questions.

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PILAR
¿Sí?
NACHO
Hola, ¿está Pilar?
PILAR
Sí, soy yo.
NACHO
Hola, soy Nacho.
PILAR
¿Qué tal, Nacho?
NACHO
Muy bien. Oye, mira que, ¿te gustaría ir al cine esta tarde?
PILAR
Huy, sí, estupendo. ¿A qué hora?
NACHO
¿A las siete y media?
PILAR
Vale, perfecto. Voy a comprar las entradas.
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1. ¿Para qué llama Nacho a Pilar?

a. 

para comer


b. 

para salir


c. 

para ir al cine


The correct answer is c.

2. ¿Cuándo?

a. 

por la mañana


b. 

por la tarde


c. 

por la noche


The correct answer is b.

3. ¿A qué hora?

a. 

a las seis


b. 

a las siete


c. 

a las siete y media


The correct answer is c.

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