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Spanish essay can someone pleasesse help I dont understand?on the bus, as Susana and Sree head for the pharmacy, they have an interesting conversation about the city. In a Spanish paragraph of at least five sentences, tell about the places they discuss. What places do they mention? What places are they going to or do they like to go to? What is the best way to get to those places? Use the appropriate present tense form of the verbs ir or estar in your paragraph.Sree: ¿Vamos al estadio por la tarde?Susana: Sí, vamos al partido de fútbol. Pero no vamos en autobús. Vamos a la farmacia en autobús. Vamos al estadio a pie.Sree: ¿Qué necesitas en la farmacia?Susana: Necesito aspirina. Yo necesito comprar la medicina de mi padre, también.Sree: Yo necesito papel. Voy a comprar papel en la farmacia.Susana: No. No compras papel en la farmacia. Compras papel en la papelería. Y bolígrafos, y cuadernos.Sree: También necesito un libro. Quiero leer en el tren cuando voy a Toledo.Susana: Compramos un libro en la librería.Sree: Aquí tienen tiendas diferentes para todo.Susana: Sí, hay muchas tiendas diferentes. Allí está El Corte Inglés. Es una tienda de departamentos. . . . Allí está una biblioteca.. . . Esa fuente está enfrente del correo. . . . Y allí hay un parque.Sree: ¿Es "El Retiro"?Susana: No, El Retiro es un parque más grande.Sree: ¿Cuál es ese edificio grande?Susana: Es un teatro.Sree: Pablo va al teatro mañana por la noche.Susana: No, Pablo va al cine. Es diferente.Sree: ¿Dónde está el cine? En la Gran Vía?Susana: Sí, está cerca de mi restaurante favorito.Sree: ¿Vas en coche al restaurante?Susana: No, voy en "Metro". Es más rápido.Sree: Aquí está la farmacia. Bajemos.Susana: ¡Vamos!

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    *take note, this isn’t a word-by-word transliteration. I took the liberty of changing some elements to make it sound more natural to the Anglophone ear.Sree: Are we going to the stadium tonight?Susana: Yeah, we’re going to the game (football). But not by bus. We’ll get off at the drugstore first, then we’ll walk to the stadium.Sree: What do you need at the drugstore?Susana: Aspirin. And my dad’s medicine too.Sree: I need paper. I going to buy some there.Susana: You don’t buy paper in the drugstore. You buy it in the stationery store… pens and notebooks too.Sree: I also need a book.I want to read in the train while I’m on my way to Toledo.Susana: We buy books in the bookstore (literal sense). We’ll buy it in the bookstore (this is the implied message).Sree: Say, the stores here sell everything.Susana: Yes, there are many different stores. That’s El Corte Inglés. It’s a dep’t store… Over there’s a library… That fountain’s in front of the post office… And over there is a park.Sree: Is that “El Retiro”?Susana: No, El Retiro’s bigger.Sree: What’s that big building?Susana: The theater.Sree: Pablo’s going to the theatre tomorrow night.Susana: No, he’s going to the moviehouse. It’s different.Sree: Where is it (moviehouse)? At Gran Via?Susana: Yeah, it’s close to my favorite restaurant.Sree: Do you go there (restaurant) by car?Susana: No, I take the train/metro. It’s faster.Sree: Here’s the drugstore. Let’s get off (literal) We’re now at the drugstore. Let’s get off. (implied) Susana: Let’s go!