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This Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz is about to take you to Broadway to experience its exciting and captivating atmosphere! Almost everyone at some time in their early years dreams of what it would be like to be a star on Broadway. Broadway is a magical place where everything and anything is possible! You can be a different person, a king, a queen, rich, poor, sad or funny and you can live anywhere in the world. Of course, that would mean that you could speak any language in the world. Thankfully, at this point, you are just focusing on being able to speak Spanish. That means that you are about to take a trip down Broadway using your new found Spanish vocabulary.

The challenge here in this quick picture review quiz is that the quiz sentences contain a blank space. Looking at the pictures that go with each sentence, you will need to determine which Spanish word would best fit into the blank space. Note that it needs to be the best answer as, at times, it might seem as though more than one answer could fit.

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So, are you ready for the challenge? Then it is time to head to the spotlights on Broadway!

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  1. The person on this stage appears to be teaching ____.
    The first answer means biology. The second answer means geography. The third answer means choreography and the last answer means geology. As we are on Broadway, the person on the stage appears to be teaching choreography.
  2. Plays are broken up into ____.
    The first answer means intermissions. The second answer means scenes. The third answer means seats and the last answer means rehearsals. Plays are broken up into scenes (or which can also be referred to as acts).
  3. Do you want to come up on ____ with us?
    The first answer means stage. The second answer means review. The third answer means spotlight and the last answer means understudy. It looks as those these people are asking you if you want to come up on stage with us.
  4. Looks like she is learning how to become a Broadway ____.
    The first answer means magician. The second answer means performance. The third answer means actress and the last answer means curtain. It looks as though she is learning how to become a Broadway actress.
  5. The crowd cheered for an ____ from the band.
    The first answer means hello. The second answer means encore. The third answer means good-bye and the last answer means great. When a performance is very appreciated, crowds will cheer for an encore.
  6. When the actors and actresses arrive for ____ they always go through the stage door.
    The first answer means charade. The second answer means fog. The third answer means rehearsal and the last answer means emcee. The general rule of thumb is that when actors and actresses arrive for rehearsal they always go through the stage door.
  7. When people come, they want to see great, and sometimes funny, ____.
    For this one you need to know the correct spelling of the Spanish word. The complete sentence should read: When people come, they want to see great, and sometimes funny, entertainment. The Spanish word for entertainment is entretenimiento. It contains no accent marks.
  8. Some people prefer to sit in the ____ so they can see the entire stage.
    The first answer means mezzanine. The second answer means orchestra. The third answer means gorge and the last answer means chapel. Generally, it is a practice that some people prefer to sit in the mezzanine so they can see the entire stage.
  9. Her performance garnered a standing ____.
    For this one you need to know the correct spelling of the Spanish word. The complete sentence should read: Her performance garnered a standing ovation. The Spanish word for ovation is ovación. Note the accent mark over the second 'o'.
  10. It is the ____ that sets the mood to the performance.
    The first answer means cabinet. The second answer means cellar. The third answer means clown and the last answer means set. It is the set that sets the mood to the performance.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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