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Grammar - Conjugating - Is it Past, Present or Future?

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be challenged to determine whether a verb is conjugated in the past, present or future tense. Therefore, before you take this quiz, be certain that you have already reviewed and taken all of the conjugation quizzes found in the Spanish Easy Review, the Spanish Medium Review, and the Spanish Difficult Review academic quiz series. You will need to know all of them in order to take this quiz.

This quiz is simple and quick if you know and understand how to conjugate in each of the given three tenses. If you have not reviewed how to conjugate, you will quickly get lost so, again, please be sure to do any review before proceeding to the quiz section. If you are ready, you will be given ten different verbs (in their base form) and told which tense and pronoun form to translate it to. Do not forget to watch for spelling and pay attention as to whether the verb is an AR, ER or IR verb.

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  1. CARGAR – Future Tense – Pronoun: he
    The verb cargar means to carry or to load. The first answer shows the past tense form and reads: he carried. It is the wrong tense. The third answer is the future tense but reads: I will carry. It is the wrong pronoun form. The last answer is in the present tense verb form and reads: he carries. Again, that is not the proper tense. The second answer reads: he will carry. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  2. TROPEZAR – Past Tense – Pronoun: they
    The verb tropezar means to trip or to stumble. The first answer shows the future tense form and reads: they will trip. It is the wrong tense. The second answer is the present tense form and reads: they trip. It is the wrong tense. The last answer is also in the present tense verb form and reads: you [plural familiar] trip. Again, that is not the proper tense nor the proper pronoun form. The third answer reads: they tripped. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  3. TENER – Future Tense – Pronoun: we
    The verb tener means to have. The first answer shows the present tense form and reads: we have. It is the wrong tense. The second answer is the past tense form and reads: we had. It is the wrong tense. The third answer is an incorrect verb form. The last answer reads: we will have. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  4. DORMIR – Past Tense – Pronoun: you (plural formal)
    The verb dormir means to sleep. The second answer shows the past tense form and reads: you [plural familiar] slept. It is the wrong pronoun form. The third answer is the past tense form and reads: you [singular familiar] slept. It is also the wrong pronoun form. The last answer is in the present tense form and reads: you [plural formal] sleep. It is the wrong tense. The first answer reads: you [plural formal] slept. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  5. OÍR – Future Tense – Pronoun: I
    The verb oír means to hear or to listen. The first answer shows the present tense form and reads: I hear. It is the wrong tense. The third answer is the past tense form and reads: I heard. It is also the wrong tense. The last answer is misspelled in that, in the future tense of this word, the accent mark over the 'i' is dropped. The second answer reads: I will hear. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  6. SONREÍR – Past Tense – Pronoun: she
    The verb sonreír means to smile. The first answer shows the past tense form and reads: I smiled. It is the wrong pronoun form. The second answer is the future tense form and reads: she will smile. It is the wrong tense. The last answer shows the present tense form and reads: she smiles. It, too, is the worn tense. The third answer reads: she smiled. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  7. PRACTICAR – Future Tense – Pronoun: you (singular familiar)
    The verb practicar means to practice. The first answer shows the present tense form and reads: you [singular familiar] practice. It is the wrong tense. The second answer is the past tense form and reads: you (singular familiar) practiced. It is the wrong tense. The third answer shows the future tense form and reads: you (singular formal) will practice. It is the wrong pronoun form. The last answer reads: you (singular familiar) will practice. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  8. ELEGIR – Present Tense – Pronoun: you (plural familiar)
    The verb elegir means to elect and/or to choose. The second answer shows the present tense form and reads: you [singular familiar] elect. It is the wrong pronoun form. The third answer is the past tense form and reads: you (singular familiar) elected. It is the wrong tense. The last answer shows the future tense form and reads: you (plural familiar) will elect. It is the wrong tense. The first answer reads: you (plural familiar) will elect. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  9. REUNIR – Future Tense – Pronoun: they
    The verb reunir means to gather and/or to meet. The first answer shows the future tense form and reads: we will gather. It is the wrong pronoun form. The third answer is the past tense form and reads: they gathered. It is the wrong tense. The last answer shows the future tense form and reads: he/she/you (singular formal)/it will gather. It is the wrong pronoun form. The second answer reads: they will gather. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.
  10. ESCUCHAR – Past Tense – Pronoun: I
    The verb eschuchar means to listen. The first answer shows the future tense form and reads: I will listen. It is the wrong tense. The second answer is the present tense form and reads: I listen. It is the wrong tense. The last answer is not a proper verb form. The second answer reads: I listened. It is the correct tense and pronoun form.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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