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Doing Words 3 (Agree, Return)

This Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz will continue to focus on action words or doing words, i.e., verbs, such as agree and return. Hopefully you are taking this series of Spanish Difficult picture review quizzes titled Doing Words in their numerical order. If so, then you have now reached the third quiz. As you go through each quiz, challenge yourself to move through the quiz a little faster. Try not to overthink the answer but, rather, see if your brain already has a good grasp on quickly finding the proper Spanish translation. You could be surprised how well you already understand your Spanish verbs. Therefore, as you are midway through this series, let’s start to speed things up. Get a timer and see just how quickly you can get through the quiz. Naturally you are looking to get a high score as well. Are you up for the challenge? Then once again take a look at the capitalized English words, the pictures and then locate the Spanish translation.

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  1. You will need to let the food COOL down before eating it!
    In this sentence you have four verbs. The first is 'need' and it is a future tense verb as the word 'will' comes before it. The second verb is 'let' and it is a base verb as the preposition word of 'to' comes before it. The third is 'cool' and the fourth is 'eating' which is a gerund. You need to look at the third verb of 'cool'. Next, determine what is the object or subject that will cool. It is the food. Now determine what pronoun can replace the food. That would be 'it' or 'lo' in Spanish. 'It cool' is in the present tense so the Spanish present tense verb for 'it cool' is enfría. It is an AR verb.
  2. When I GROW UP I want to be a superhero!
    In this sentence you know that it is being stated in the present tense. You have also been given the pronoun of I. The Spanish present tense verb for 'I grow up' is crezco. It is an ER verb and, in this case, is an irregular verb.
  3. He PRACTICED playing his guitar for at least an hour every day.
    As the verb in this sentence ends with the letters of 'ed' you know it is a past tense verb. The pronoun of he has been given. Therefore, the Spanish past tense verb for 'he practiced' is practicó. It is an AR verb.
  4. How long do you think flamingos STAY on one leg?
    Here you have a sentence that is in the present tense. Next you need to find the object or subject of the sentence and that would be the flamingos. Now you need to determine the pronoun that can replace them. That would be they. Therefore, the Spanish present tense verb for 'they stay' is quedan. It is an AR verb.
  5. There was absolutely no way that she was ever going to AGREE with him.
    In this sentence, as the preposition word of 'to' appears before the capitalized verb you know that it means that the verb should appear in its base form. The Spanish base verb for 'to agree' is coincidir. It is an IR verb.
  6. One day he will COMPOSE his masterpiece!
    As the word of 'will' comes before the capitalized verb we know that it is a future tense verb. The pronoun of he has been given. Therefore, the Spanish future tense verb for 'he will compose' is compondrá. It is an ER verb.
  7. She debated whether or not she will RETURN the gift.
    Again, since the word of 'will' appears before the capitalized verb we know that the verb is a future tense verb. The pronoun of she has been given. The Spanish future tense verb for 'she will return' is regresará. It is an AR verb.
  8. They wanted to CONVERT their dollars to pounds.
    In this sentence, as the preposition word of 'to' appears before the capitalized verb you know that it means that the verb should appear in its base form. The Spanish base word for 'to convert' is convertir. It is an IR verb.
  9. She looked forward to the day when she will be GLIDING across the stage just like the famous ballerinas.
    In this sentence the underlined verb ends in the letters of 'ing' making it a gerund. It is also proceeded by the future tense 'to be' verb. This tells us that 'gliding' is a gerund and progressive verb. The Spanish gerund for 'gliding' is planeando. It is an AR verb.
  10. Are you sure you will MANAGE all day on your own with them?
    Here you once again have a capitalized verb with the word of 'will' before it. This tells you it is a future tense verb. The pronoun of you is given. Relate that 'you' to the picture. Clearly the 'you' is a very familiar person so you need to look for the singular/familiar pronoun form for 'you will manage'. In Spanish that would be dirigirás. It is an IR verb.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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