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    I have an assignment that I really need help on. We recieveed pen pals, and our teachers is making us write back to them in their native language, spanish, for a grade. Now I am not terrible at spanish, but not great either, and my creativity is terrible. I have 6 prompts and would prefer all but if one person did one I would be very pleased. It is simple Spanish that I am not very good at. A fluent speaker could probably rattle each off in 10 minutes.
    The prompts are, with the tenses:

    1) What do you like to do during summer break when you were young? Pretirte
    2)What would your ideal husband be like? Future
    3)What would you do if you were super rich Conditional
    4)What did you do over your Christmas vacation? perfect
    5)What will you have done by the age of 30? Future perfect
    6)What is your daily routine? Pressent perfect

    If you would, please have them be about 15 sentenses each. Since you do not know me, just make them up. The sentenses can be really simple i.e During summer break, I liked to swim in the lake. Please help a fellow human out. I'd really appreciate it.

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    I understand anyone not potentially wanting to help me, as I have seen other responses to people with similar questions, but I already tried. The original assignment was due last Wednesday, and I received a 40 out of 100 on it. My teacher is very strict and unapproachable about these sort of things, and it very hard to communicate with. She is an exchange teacher from Spain, and since she speaks very little English, she has been scrutinized, and now feels that the whole class has done nothing but be extremely rude, and in some instances, a select few individuals have. If you could do any of them, please do the Christmas one, as that was the one that she basically threw out and said was terrible, as I struggle with the perfect tense when applying to writing. I am hoping to eventually graduate and become a lawyer or doctor, and I feel that speaking Spanish will be highly beneficial to me so that I can expand my clients in either job. I will come back later to attempt to understand what everything means, but I'm on a deadline, which is admittedly my fault, but I'm sure many of you have been in similar situations.

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    Hi.. these sites would make the job easier for you.. give it a shot, it´s not hard, and for creativity problem, simply relate what you actually did last Christmas.. Good luck

    http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/pastperfect.htm


    http://www.wordreference.com/

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    The websites really helped, thanks. My teacher didn't explain that very well, but the link did. I think I did really well on my assignment, and hopeful know it for an upcoming test.

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