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Music - Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will take a look at music, specifically, the song of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer! Above all songs sung by children of ALL ages – this song has got to be at the top of the list of the most famous and the most favorite songs to sing! After all - where would Santa Claus be without Rudolph’s red, shiny nose to lead the way for his sleigh?

The thought of Santa Claus not being able to deliver toys to the girls and boys is unthinkable. Therefore, children around the world need to sing this song in praise of that loyal reindeer – Rudolph. You may come across some new, unknown words but you will know enough of the words to be able to find the correct translations. Now, let’s learn some phrases of the song in Spanish! You can almost hear Santa’s sleigh approaching!

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  1. Rudolph the red nosed reindeer.
    The first answer reads: Rudolf the red eye reindeer. The second answer reads: Rudolf the red foot reindeer. The third answer reads: Rudolf the red hat reindeer. Neither of these is correct. The last answer, on the other hand, reads: Rudolf the red nose reindeer.
  2. Had a very shiny nose.
    The first answer reads: Had a very runny nose. The third answer reads: Had a very small nose. The last answer reads: Had a very friendly nose. Neither of these is correct. The second answer reads: Had a very shiny nose.
  3. All of the other reindeer…
    The first answer reads: All of the hungry reindeer. The second answer reads: All of the tired reindeer… The last answer reads: All of the lost reindeer… Finally, the third answer reads: All of the other reindeer…
  4. …laughed and called him names.
    Note that the pronoun for 'him' is shown here. However, what does 'him' replace? It is replacing Rudolf the reindeer. Reindeer in this case becomes an 'it' as one would either say: Look at that reindeer - or - Look at it. The Spanish indirect object pronoun for 'it' is 'lo'. Therefore, 'lo' should appear in the Spanish translated sentence rather than 'él' for 'he'. Each answer has correctly translated this. The second answer reads: …laughed and called him numbers. The third answer reads: …laughed and called him men. The last answer reads: …laughed and called him human. Neither of these is correct. The first answer, on the other hand, reads: …laughed and called him names.
  5. They never let poor Rudolf join in any reindeer games.
    The first answer reads: They never let poor Rudolf join in any reindeer songs. The third answer reads: They never let poor Rudolf join in any reindeer dances. The last answer reads: They never let poor Rudolf join in any reindeer parties. Finally, the second answer reads: They never let poor Rudolf join in any reindeer games.
  6. Then one foggy Christmas Eve…
    The first answer reads: Then one soggy Christmas Eve… The second answer reads: Then one stormy Christmas Eve… The third answer reads: Then one wintry Christmas Eve… and the last answer reads: Then one foggy Christmas Eve…
  7. Santa came to say.
    The second answer reads: Santa comes to say. The third answer reads: Santa stayed to say. The last answer reads: Santa chose to say. Neither of these is correct. The first answer, on the other hand, reads: Santa came to say.
  8. Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight!
    The first answer reads: Won’t you guide my sleigh now! The second answer reads: Won’t you guide my sleigh today! The last answer reads: Won’t you guide my sleigh someday! Neither of these is correct. The third answer, however, reads: Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight!
  9. Then all the reindeer loved him…
    See the explanation given in Question No. 4 on reindeer and the indirect object pronoun 'it'. The first answer reads: Then all of the reindeer saw him… The third answer reads: Then all the reindeer met him… The last answer reads: Then all the reindeer called him… Finally, the second answer reads: Then all the reindeer loved him…
  10. You’ll go down in history!
    The given sentence here shows the future tense which you have been learning in the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series. The first answer reads: You’ll go away in history! The second answer reads: You’ll go back in history! The last answer reads: You’ll go north in history! Finally, the third answer reads: You’ll go down in history!

Author: Christine G. Broome

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