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Im on holiday in Italy with my friend Laura. The resort is beautiful, but Laura is really boring!
She sleeps on the beach all day. She doesnt go swimming. She never talks to people, because she doesnt speak Italian.
I dont speak Italian very well, but I try! People usually understand me.
There are lots of interesting restaurants here, but Laura doesnt like Italian food. She eats in the hotel restaurant every evening.
After dinner, she watches TV in our room. I dont want to go to nightclubs alone, so I usually stay in the room with Laura. Its so boring!
Visito Acapulco. I visit Acapulco.
A Tina realmente le gusta hacer surf. Tina really likes surfing.
¿Kevin lee libros? Si, los lee. Does Kevin read books? Yes, he does.
Matías y Sara duermen en la playa. Matt and Sarah sleep on the beach.
Fran hace muchas fotos. Frank takes a lot of photos.
Julia no lee libros en vacaciones. Julie doesnt read any books on holiday.
¿Susana come helado? No, no lo come. Does Susan eat ice- cream? No, she doesnt.
A mi familia le encantan las vacaciones de playa. My family love beach holidays.
A mi hermano le gusta nadar en el mar. My brother likes swimming in the sea.
Mi papá va a hacer windsurf amenudo. My dad often goes windsurfing.
No escribo postales. I dont write any postcards.
Mi papá y mi mamá traen muchos bocadillos y bebidas. My mum and dad bring a lot of sandwiches and drinks.
No jugamos a voleibol playa. We dont play beach volleyball.
¿Pedro come pasta? No, no la come. Does Peter eat pasta? No, he doesnt.
¿Vives en Manchester? Si, vivo. Do you live in Manchester? Yes, I do.
Mi hermana no telefonea a sus amigos. My sister doesnt phone her friends.
Mis padres no leen revistas en la playa. My parents dont read magazines on the beach.
No visitan Ciudad de Méjico. They dont visit Mexico City.
Marga Renedo Gómez
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