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Music - White Christmas

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will take a look at music, specifically, the song of White Christmas! Do these lyrics sound familiar? I’m dreaming of a white Christmas…. They have been song for generations since it was first released to the public in 1941 by Bing Crosby. It is the best-selling single hit song of all time and of all genres of music. Over 100 million copies of it have been sold worldwide to date. The song was written by Irving Berlin.

Whether you live in an area that generally experiences a white Christmases or not, this song is just as special. That is why we include it here as one of our Spanish Difficult Review music quizzes. It is a great song to sing and now you can start to sing some of the lyrics in Spanish!

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As has been the practice with the other music quizzes, you will be shown phrases from the song to translate into Spanish. You might even be asked a question or two about the song so be prepared for either one. Now, warm up those vocal chords and let’s start having a White Christmas!

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  1. I’m dreaming of a white Christmas.
    The first answer reads: I’m washing with a White Christmas. The second answer reads: I’m singing of a White Christmas. The last answer reads: I’m learning of a White Christmas. Neither of these is the correct translation. The third answer reads: I’m dreaming of a White Christmas.
  2. Where the tree tops glisten…
    The first answer reads: Where the seed tops glisten… The second answer reads: Where the apple tops glisten… The last answer reads: Where the valley tops glisten… Neither of these is the correct translation. The third answer reads: Where the tree tops glisten…
  3. and children listen…
    The first answer reads: and children play… The third answer reads: and children sleep… The last answer reads: and children jump… Neither of these is correct. The second answer reads: and children listen…
  4. To hear sleigh bells in the snow.
    The first answer reads: To hear street bells in the snow. The second answer reads: To hear drummer bells in the snow. The third answer reads: To hear large bells in the snow. It is clear that neither of these is correct. The last answer reads: To hear sleigh bells in the snow.
  5. With every Christmas card I write.
    The first answer reads: With every Christmas barn I write. The second answer reads: With every Christmas goose I write. The third answer reads: With every Christmas sleigh I write. It is clear that neither of these is correct. The last answer reads: With every Christmas card I write.
  6. May your days be merry and bright.
    The first answer reads: May your nights be merry and bright. The third answer reads: May your winters be merry and bright. The last answer reads: May your schools be merry and bright. Neither of these is correct. The second answer, however, reads: May your days be merry and bright.
  7. and may all your Christmases be white.
    The first answer reads: and may all your Easters be white. The second answer reads: and may all your summers be white. The last answer reads: and may all your games be white. These are clearly not correct. The third answer reads: and may all your Christmases be white.
  8. Esta canción fue cantada por ____.
    The sentence reads: This song was sung by ____. The song was first sung by Bing Crosby.
  9. ¿Cuántas copias se han vendido?
    The question being asked is: How many copies have been sold? Over 100 million copies of the song have been sold.
  10. ¿Quién escribió Navidad Blanca?
    The question being asked is: Who wrote White Christmas? Irving Berlin wrote the song.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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