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A Traveller in Spain.....continuation.....

It’s Saturday evening and Peter is getting ready for his date at the cinema with Maria. He is booked on a train to Toledo on Monday morning, and now that he has met Maria he is regretting his decision to leave Madrid so soon. He finds that he has no hot water and goes to speak with the hotel’s receptionist.

Peter: Por favor, señora, tengo un problema.
Receptionist: Sí, señor, ¿cuál es?
P: Necesito ducharme y lavarme el pelo, pero no tengo agua caliente.
R: ¡Qué raro! Me ducho cada día y no he tenido ningún problema.
P: Salgo en veinte minutes, y no tengo mucho tiempo. Tengo que afeitarme también
R: No te preocupes. Te duchas y afeitas en una de nuestras habitaciones libres, y te arreglamos el problema con el agua esta misma noche.
P. Muchas gracias, cojo mis cosas.

Peter finishes getting ready, then catches a taxi for his date with Maria.

to be continued…

VOCABULARY
USEFUL PHRASES - Daily routine//Rutina diaria
Spanish
English
Spanish
English
¿Cuál es? What is it? ¿Cómo te llamas? What's your name?
Necesitar To need Me llamo Pablo My name is Pablo
Ducharse To have a shower ¿A qué hora os levantáis? What time do you get up?
Lavarse To wash Nos levantamos a las siete We get up at seven
Caliente Hot Siempre me ducho I always have a shower
Salir To go out Nunca me baño I never have a bath
Afeitarse To have a shave ¿A qué hora desayunas? What time do you have breakfast?
Preocuparse To worry Desayuno a las ocho I eat breakfast at eight
Arreglar To fix ¿Qué haces después? What do you do afterwards?
Coger To get, pick up Tomo el sol, y nado en la piscina I sunbathe and swim in the pool
    Y ¿a qué hora os acostáis? And what time do you go to bed?
    Nos acostamos a las once We go to bed at eleven
   
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