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There are many non-Spanish residents in Spain. People come from Germany, Holland, France, the UK and many other countries. But why do they choose Spain? What’s their opinion of Spanish people? What do they miss about their country?

We interviewed people to try to find the answers to these questions. Before you listen, read the questions below.

1. Apart from the weather, which of the following reasons were given for coming to live in Spain? (tick the boxes)

- a more relaxed way of life
- the food
- to be close to family
- business
- religion
- child education
- to avoid paying taxes
 
Ayuda
to avoid (doing) something = evitar (hacer) algo

Haz click para escuchar Now listen and answer the question. Use the pause button on your media player to stop the audio if you need to.

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2. Which of the following words and expressions were NOT used to describe Spanish people? (tick the boxes)

- loud
- quite friendly
- very nice
- helpful
- laid-back
- honest
- caring
- patient
- open
- hospitable
- fantastic
- quiet
- kind
 
Ayuda
loud = ruidoso/a, alto/a
hospitable = hospitalario
quiet = callado/a, reservado/a

Haz click para escuchar Now listen and answer the question. Use the pause button on your media player to stop the audio if you need to.

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3. Which of the following do the people say they miss from their own countries? (tick the boxes)

- TV
- music
- religion
- friends
- the weather
- the food
- family
- nothing
 

Haz click para escuchar Now listen and answer the question.

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Haz click para escuchar Now listen and read the transcription.

· In English, questions are normally formed by putting an auxiliary verb before the subject.

Examples:
  Have you been to Holland? (NOT You have been to Holland?)
  Where can I get a taxi? (NOT Where I can get a taxi?)
  Why are you waiting here? (NOT Why you are waiting here?)


· If there is no auxiliary verb, use the verb do.

Examples:
  What do you want? (NOT What you want?)
  What does avoid mean? (NOT What means avoid?)


· The auxiliary verb goes before the subject, not before the verb.

Examples:
  Is your sister making lunch? (NOT Is making your sister lunch?)
  Where are your parents living now? (NOT Where are living your parents now?)


· After the verb do, use the infinitive without to.

Examples:
  Where does he work? (NOT Where does he works?)
  Where did you go yesterday? (NOT Where did you went?)


· Do not use do with other auxiliary verbs or with the verb to be.

Examples:
  Can you speak Spanish? (NOT Do you can speak Spanish?)
  Are you Scottish? (NOT Do you are Scottish?)


· We do not use do when the subject is a question word (who, what, which etc.)

Examples:
  What happened? (NOT What did happen?)
  Who lives in that flat? (NOT Who does live in that flat?)
  Which team won? (NOT Which team did win?)


· Use do if the question word is the object.

Examples:
  What did you do yesterday?
  Where does your brother live?
  What do you usually have for breakfast?


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