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WHAT A HOLIDAY!
When I was a child, my family and I used to spend our summer holidays on my grandparents’ farm. I used to have a lot of fun. However, my best holiday was last summer, when my family and I went to Marbella in Spain. It was the first time I had visited a foreign country and the first time I had travelled by plane. At first I felt excited but also a bit scared about the flight but then it was ok.
We stayed in a fantastic hotel near the beach. It had a big swimming pool and the food was fine. I had lots of fun and made some new friends. They spoke different languages: French, Spanish and English. Sometimes it was hard to get them to understand what I was trying to say.
The weather was hot… some days it was too hot for me. I stayed on the beach most of the time: I swam, played with my friends and lay in the sun. I got a nice tan.
My friends and I decided to go camping nearby. We cycled there and it was a big adventure. What was best, though, was there were no parents so we could decide what to do every day!
I love theme parks and my parents took me to a brilliant one. It may not sound like a very exotic place to go, but I loved it!
Every night there was loud music and lights flashed on the pub and disco doors. It looked like the Blackpool illuminations.
I loved everything about these holidays but I especially enjoyed being with my family and making new friends.
ALL THE SENTENCES HAVE SOME WRONG INFORMATION. CORRECT THEM.
Write right sentences.
Alice spent last summer holidays on her grandparents’ farm.
She felt lonely.
They all spoke English.
It was windy on the beach
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
How did Alice feel about travelling by plane?
What did she do during her holidays?
Was it easy to make new friends? Why or why not?
What did she like most about camping?
Why did Marbella make Alice think of Blackpool?
What did she enjoy most about her holidays?