Write one sentence in Spanish to tell the exact location of the final destination.

Spanish

Write the rough draft of your informative description. You may copy and paste the accented and special characters from this list if needed: Á, á, É, é, Í, í, Ó, ó, Ú, ú, ü, Ñ, ñ, ¡, ¿

Your rough draft should be written in complete sentences in Spanish and include the following requirements:

What to include in your rough draft Hint
Sentence one:

☐ Greet your neighbor.

Remember:

Include a greeting.

Sentence two:

☐ Write one sentence in Spanish to show the first thing your neighbor must do to get to the final destination.

Remember:

Use tener + que + infinitive.

Use your prepositions (e.g., a la derecha or a la izquierda).

Sentence three:

☐ Write one sentence in Spanish to show him where to stop.

Remember:

Use one affirmative (informal) command.

Use parar.

Sentence four:

☐ Write one sentence in Spanish to tell the correct roads to take.

Remember:

Warn him or her what road he shouldn’t take and which road he should take.

Use a negative (informal) command to guide him or her.

Use your en route vocabulary (e.g., turn, pass, cross, etc.)

Sentence five:

☐ Write one sentence in Spanish to tell the exact location of the final destination.