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I'll Meet You At

How many times have you heard this saying: I’ll meet you at…? Probably quite a lot! Well then, in this Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz you will be looking at places where you can meet up with people. Of course, where you will meet will have to be said in Spanish!

The pictures and the all capitalized English words will be your helpers in finding the answers. To get your brain to associate the pictures and the Spanish words together, try not only locating the correct Spanish word, but saying that word out loud so that you can also hear it. This will help you to remember the two things together a little easier. Now, let’s see where or when you will meet at….

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  1. I’ll meet you at the EIFFEL TOWER!
    To get this correct you need to know the correct Spanish spelling for Eiffel Tower. That is Torre Eiffel. There is no accent mark.
  2. I’ll meet you at the AIRPORT!
    The Spanish word for airport is aeropuerto.
  3. I’ll meet you at the RESTAURANT.
    To get this correct you need to know the correct Spanish spelling for restaurant. That is restaurante. There is no accent mark.
  4. I’ll meet you at the CLOCK.
    The Spanish word for clock is reloj.
  5. I’ll meet you at WORK.
    The Spanish word for work is trabajo.
  6. I’ll meet you at the GATE to the pasture.
    The Spanish word for gate is puerta. Notice that it is the same Spanish word that is used for door. The second answer of puente means bridge and not gate.
  7. I’ll meet you for our EVENING date.
    The Spanish word for evening is tarde.
  8. I’ll meet you at Time SQUARE in New York City!
    The Spanish word for square is cuadrado.
  9. I’ll meet you at the front BENCH.
    The Spanish word for bench is banco.
  10. I’ll meet you at the TRAIN station.
    To get this correct you need to know the correct Spanish spelling for train. That is tren. There is no accent mark.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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