Flower Displays!

This Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz will take a look at the beauty of flowers and flower displays. In fact,

'Spring is coming this I know.
I know because I see the first little flower,
It is blooming above the melting snow.
Spring is coming this I know.
I know because the trees have blossoms
All lining up in a row.
It brings me cheer and warms my heart
As warmer days begin to flow

(Christine Broome)

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For many people, the first sign of a flower in the springtime helps to cheer them up, especially after a long cold winter. Fortunately, in today’s world we can enjoy flowers all year long. Flowers are the way to say 'I love you' or 'I’m sorry' or 'just because'!

Do you have a favorite flower and did you know that there are over 250,000 known flowering plants in the world? That would be an awful lot of Spanish words! Alright, so you don’t know 250,000 Spanish words for flowers. That’s okay because this quick picture quiz will only address ten of those that you have already been introduced to. That shouldn’t be too difficult. Not only that, the pictures that go along with each quiz sentence will help you to associate the flower to its Spanish word. Be sure to look at each answer carefully and watch out for spelling if you want to find the correct Spanish translation. Now, onto beautiful flower displays!

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  1. The best thing about ZINNIAS is that they come in a variety of colors.
    This is one of those words that is spelled the same in both English and Spanish. Note that there is no accent mark or tilde. Therefore, the Spanish word for zinnias is zinnias.
  2. They say that LAVENDER is a soothing fragrance.
    Each answer looks very similar but the correct Spanish word for lavender is lavanda. It has no accent mark.
  3. The IRISES in this bouquet are brilliant!
    As was the case with zinnias, this too is one of those words that is spelled the same in both English and Spanish. However, there is one catch and that is when it comes to the plural form of the word. In English you can have 'the iris' or 'the irises'. In Spanish, you will have 'el iris' or 'los iris'. The flower is not pluralized. This will be something that you will have to remember as the plural rule does not apply here. Therefore, the Spanish word for irises is simply iris with no accent mark.
  4. This boy is all smiles with his big POPPY.
    The Spanish word for poppy is amapola.
  5. Mmm, can’t you just smell the beautiful HEATHER!
    The Spanish word for heather is brezo.
  6. Picking up the best CHRYSANTHEMUMS to decorate the house.
    The Spanish word for chrysanthemums is crisantemos.
  7. The LILY was just the right touch in her hair.
    Each answer looks very similar. However, the Spanish word for lily is lirio. There is no accent mark.
  8. Wearing a crown of DAISIES.
    The Spanish word for daisies is margaritas.
  9. Now that bush sure has a lot of ROSES!
    The Spanish word for roses is simply rosas.
  10. The LILY OF THE VALLEY is a common flower around Eastertime.
    Each answer looks close but the Spanish words for lily of the valley are lirio de los valles. There is no accent mark.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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