Monday, 17 October 2011

Where Is The Town Hall?


Imagine someone stops you in the street. That someone is looking for the town hall and has decided to ask you.

He/ she could say:
¿Dónde está el ayuntamiento?


There are many different ways in which this question could be answered. How you would answer depends mainly on where the town hall is. Perhaps you want to choose between saying that:
  • The town hall is just round the corner (whilst you point to the corner you mean)
  • You don't know where the town hall is

Here are a couple of examples which deal with those two basic possibilities:
  • El ayuntamiento está allí, a la vuelta de la esquina (the town hall is over there, round the corner)
  • Lo siento, no sé donde está el ayuntamiento (I am sorry, I don't know where the town hall is)

Now you should practice answering the question:
¿Dónde está el ayuntamiento?

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