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Grammar - Verbs 2K Run!

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz is the first of four athletic verb quizzes. To start out, let’s do a 2K run! But first, if you recall, you were introduced to the athletic series of quizzes in the Spanish Medium Review quiz series. This here is where you will now really be running and taking off with your knowledge of conjugating verbs.

As a quiz overview, in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series you learned about AR, ER and IR verbs, as well as how to conjugate those verbs in the present tense. In the Spanish Medium Review quiz series you learned many other verbs and then you learned how to conjugate all of those verbs in the past tense.

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Here in the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series you have learned and are continuing to learn how to conjugate in the future tense. You are probably wondering whether there are any more tenses. Well, there are. However, here in Spanish Difficult Review you will only lightly touch upon them. If you continue on to Conversational Spanish you will delve more deeply into the remaining tenses. However, staying focused on this quiz, just as was done with the Spanish Medium Review athletic quiz series, this quiz will be the easiest, or at least it should appear to be the easiest to get through quickly. The other quizzes in this series will include Grammar: Verbs Marathon!, Grammar: Verbs Triathlon! and Grammar: Verbs Olympics!.

Unlike in the Spanish Medium Review athletic quizzes, you will not be given any new Spanish verbs here but, rather, you will be given a sentence, in English, with a Spanish verb that is shown in its base form and in all capitalized letters. Your challenge is to locate the correct Spanish form of the verb both in terms of tense and pronoun that will fit into the sentence properly. The sentences are short so you should be able to get through them very quickly. Ready? Then please move onto the quiz section now!

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  1. Matilda will HACER lunch.
    Since the word 'will' is shown you know that the verb will need to appear in the future tense. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace Matilda. That would be she. The verb hacer is an irregular verb in the future tense. It is Spanish for make. The first answer reads: I will make. That is not correct. The second answer reads: she made. That is in the past tense so it is not correct. The last answer reads: she makes. That is the present tense and, again, is not correct. The third answer reads: she will make. That is correct.
  2. Mr. Edwards DESCRIBIR the process last week.
    Since the words 'last week' are used you know that the verb took place in the past. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace Mr. Edwards. That would be he. The verb describir is a regular verb in the past tense. It is Spanish for describe. The first answer reads: he describes. That is in the present tense so it is not correct. The third answer reads: I describe. That is also in the present tense and is the wrong pronoun form. The last answer reads: he will describe. That is in the future tense so it, too, is not correct. The second answer reads: he described. That is correct.
  3. The members of the jury will JUZGAR the defendant.
    Since the word 'will' is shown you know that the verb will need to appear in the future tense. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace the members of the jury. That would be they. The verb juzgar is a regular verb in the future tense. It is Spanish for judge. The first answer reads: we will judge. It is the correct tense but the wrong pronoun form. The second answer reads: they judged. It is a past tense verb so it is not correct. The third answer reads: they judge. It is a present tense verb and it, too, is not correct. The last answer reads: they will judge. It is correct.
  4. I CASAR my best friend when I was 20!
    Since the words 'when I was' are used you know that the verb took place in the past. The pronoun of I has been given. The verb casar is a regular verb in the past tense. It is Spanish for marry. The first answer does not show a proper verb form. It is an incorrect word. The second answer reads: he/she/you (singular formal)/it married. That is not the correct pronoun form. The last answer reads: I will marry. That is in the future tense so it is not correct. The third answer reads: I married. It is correct.
  5. We TIRAR tricks on the teacher.
    There is no indication that this is taking place in the past or in the future so it must be taking place in the present. The pronoun of we has been given. The verb tirar is a regular verb in the present tense. It is Spanish for pull. The second answer reads: they pulled. It is in the past tense, which is incorrect, and it shows the wrong pronoun form. The third answer reads: they/you [plural formal] pull. It is in the present tense but it is in the wrong pronoun form. The last answer reads: we will pull. It is in the future tense which is incorrect. The first answer reads: we pull. It is correct.
  6. Matt and Phil ENVIAR money to their families every month.
    As the acting takes place every month it shows the present tense. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace Matt and Phil. That would be they. The verb enviar is an irregular verb in the present tense. It is Spanish for send. The first answer reads: we sent. It is in the past tense but shows the wrong pronoun form. The second answer reads: you [singular familiar] sent. It is showing the past tense and the wrong pronoun form. The third answer reads: they will send. It is in the future tense which is incorrect. The last answer reads: they send. It is correct.
  7. You COMENZAR to play the violin years ago. (singular familiar)
    Since the words 'years ago' are used you know that the verb took place in the past. The pronoun of you (singular familiar) has been given. The verb comenzar is an irregular verb in the past tense. It is Spanish for begin. The first answer reads: you (singular familiar) begin. It is in the present tense which is not correct. The third answer reads: you (singular familiar) will begin. That is in the future tense which is not correct. The last answer reads: you (plural familiar) began. That is not the proper pronoun form. The second answer reads: you (singular familiar) began. That is correct.
  8. The choir will DAR its best performance.
    Since the word 'will' is shown you know that the verb will need to appear in the future tense. Next you need to determine the pronoun that can replace the choir. A hint was already provided, i.e., 'it'. The verb dar is a regular verb in the future tense. It is Spanish for give. The second answer reads: I will give. That is not the proper pronoun form. The third answer reads: it gave. That is in the past tense which is not correct. The last answer reads: it gives. That is in the present tense so it too is not correct. The first answer reads: it will give. It is correct.
  9. You will DEBER more than it is worth. (plural familiar)
    Since the word 'will' is shown you know that the verb will need to appear in the future tense. The pronoun of you (plural familiar) has been given. The verb deber is a regular verb in the future tense. It is Spanish for owe. The first answer reads: you (singular familiar) owe. That is the present tense form and the improper pronoun form, both of which are incorrect. The second answer reads: you (plural familiar) owe. That also is in the present tense which is incorrect. The last answer reads: you (plural familiar) owed. That is in the past tense which is incorrect. The third answer reads: you (plural familiar) will owe. It is correct.
  10. She REUNIR her toys.
    There is no indication that this is taking place in the past or in the future so it must be taking place in the present. The pronoun of she has been given. The verb reunir is an irregular verb in the present tense. It is Spanish for gather. The first answer is not a proper verb form or word. The second answer reads: she gathered. It is in the past tense which is also incorrect. The third answer reads: she will gather. It is in the future tense which is also incorrect. The last answer reads: she gathers. It is correct.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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