Things to do

Days out

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¡Me gusta ir de excursión! - I like to go on trips!

Where do you like to go?

¿A dónde te gusta ir? - Where do you like to go?

Me gusta ir a la playa. - I like to go to the beach.

Me gusta ir a la piscina. - I like to go to the swimming pool.

Me gusta ir de tiendas. - I like to go to the shops.

Me gusta ir a un partido de fútbol. - I like to go to a football match.

If a masculine noun follows a, don’t forget that a+el = al.

Me gusta ir al cine. - I like to go to the cinema.

Me gusta ir al parque. - I like to go to the park.

Me gusta ir a la feria. - I like to go to the fairground.

¿Te gusta ir al parque de atracciones? - Do you like to go to the theme park?

Me gusta montar en el tren fantasma. - I like to go on the ghost train.

Me gusta montar en la noria. - I like to go on the big wheel.

Why? ¿Por qué? It's always good to give a reason. Here are some that you might find useful!

¿Por qué? - Why?

Es emocionante. - It's exciting.

Es espantoso/espantosa. - It's frightening.

Es rápido/rápida. - It's fast.

Es extraordinario/extraordinaria. - It's amazing.

Es divertido/divertida. - It's fun.

Es fantástico/fantástica. - It's great/fantastic.

Es mágico/mágica. - It's magical.

Don't forget that if you're describing EL tren fantasma (the ghost train) you'd use the MASCULINE ADJECTIVE - es espantosO (it's frightening), but if you're describing LA noria (the big wheel), you'd use the FEMININE form – es espantosA.