Spanish Word Of The Week: Parque
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On top of your classes, there are many extra activities you should do to practise more and improve your Spanish: working on vocabulary is definitely one of the most important!
Learning one new word per week is a great goal to reach!
Our word of the week is “parque”.
As spring approaches, this word seems to be a really good one: “parque” means “park”, the place where you will probably spend lovely weekends with your loved ones for a picnic or a walk.
The word comes from the Latin “parcus“, whose meaning is “enclosure”.
We can use also use this word referring to an amusement park, “parque de atracciones“, to a zoo, “parque zoológico“, or to a national park, “parque nacional“.
So let’s see some examples with this word!
|Esta mañana vamos al parque y luego a la piscina.||This morning we are going to the park and then to the swimming pool.|
|Este pasaporte comprende únicamente la entrada al parque, ya que el billete de transporte es vendido separadamente.||This pass only gives|
you access to the park, the transport ticket is sold separately.
|Este camino va directo al parque.||This road goes straight to the park.|
Make some sentences that you might use with family and friends, it would be a great practice!
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