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Grammar - Is it a Regular Verb or Irregular Verb? (Quiz 2)

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be once again looking at verbs to determine whether they are a regular verb or an irregular verb. As you may notice, this quiz is the sister quiz to the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Grammar: Is It a Regular Verb or an Irregular Verb? (Quiz 1). If you have not already taken that quiz, then please do so now.

The introduction found in the sister quiz will give you more background as to how this quiz will work. Both quizzes can be a little challenging but will also help you to see just how much you have learned when it comes to verbs. They can also show you were you might need to go back and revisit some quizzes to get a refresher on verbs and their conjugations.

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Learning a new language does take some time – especially if you do not get to hear or speak it on a daily basis. However, giving it enough time and practice, you will get to the point where it will become as natural to you as English is. Now, let’s quickly move on down to the quiz.

THE QUIZ

Just as you did in the first quiz, you will be given ten verbs and their corresponding pronouns. You are to then locate the correct Spanish form of that given verb and determine whether the verb as translated is a regular verb or an irregular verb. Remember that verbs can be regular in one tense and irregular in another tense. They can also be regular or irregular depending upon the pronoun they go with so be mindful of that as well. Now – it is time to start challenging yourself with Spanish verbs.

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  1. Janet and Harriet will count
    This is using the future tense form of the verb to count. The verb for to count is contar. It is an AR verb. Each answer shows a form of the verb to count. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace Janet and Harriet. That would be they. Each answer shows the correct pronoun form. However, the second and third answers show the past tense form which is not the correct form here. The future tense form for 'they will count' is contarán. It is a regular verb.
  2. it reflected
    In this case you will need to use the past tense. The verb for to reflect is reflejar. It is an AR verb. The third and last answers can now be eliminated. Notice that you have an indefinite article here, i.e., 'it'. When you have an indefinite article, it must appear before the verb. The past tense form for 'it reflected' is lo reflejó. It is a regular verb.
  3. Stanley hunts
    This is using the present tense form of the verb to hunt. The verb for to hunt is cazar. It is an AR verb. The second and third answers can now be eliminated. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace Stanley. That would be he. The present tense form for 'he hunts' is caza. It is a regular verb.
  4. you feared (plural familiar)
    This is using the past tense form of the verb to fear. The verb for to fear is temer. It is an ER verb. Each answer shows the correct verb. The pronoun form is 'you' (plural familiar). The first and second answers show the pronoun form for 'you' as (singular familiar). That is not correct. The past tense form for 'you feared' (plural familiar) is temisteis. It is a regular verb.
  5. I will agree
    In this case you will need to use the future tense. The verb for to agree is coincidir. It is an IR verb. The first and last answers can now be eliminated. The future tense form for 'I will agree' is coincidiré. It is a regular verb.
  6. he manages
    In this case you will need to use the present tense. The verb for to manage is dirigir. It is an IR verb. The first and third answers can now be eliminated. The present tense form for 'he manages' is dirige. It is a regular verb.
  7. the athletes slept
    This is using the past tense form of the verb to sleep. The verb for to sleep is dormir. It is an IR verb. Each answer shows a form of the verb to sleep. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace the athletes. That would be they. Each answer shows the correct pronoun form. However, the third and last answers show the future tense form which is not the correct form here. The past tense form for 'they slept' is durmieron. It is an irregular verb.
  8. he was tired
    This is using the past tense form of the verb 'to be'. Spanish has two 'to be' verbs, i.e., estar and ser. As we are talking about a temporary condition of being tired, the verb estar needs to be used. It is an AR verb. The first and second answers can now be eliminated. The past tense form for 'he was tired' is estuvo. It is an irregular verb.
  9. you spoke (singular familiar)
    In this case you will need to use the past tense. The verb for to speak is hablar. It is an AR verb. The first and third answers can now be eliminated. The past tense form for 'you spoke' (singular familiar) is hablaste. It is a regular verb.
  10. he will tell
    In this case you will need to use the future tense. The verb for to tell is decir. It is an IR verb. The second and third answers can now be eliminated. The future tense form for 'we will tell' is diremos. It is an irregular verb.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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