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Reading Comprehension - Peter Pan

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will test your reading comprehension of a classic tale – the tale of Peter Pan! It will be the final fairy tale reading comprehension quiz in this level of Spanish quizzes. The other three Spanish Difficult Review fairy tale quizzes are titled Reading Comprehension: Hansel and Gretel, Reading Comprehension: Snow White and Reading Comprehension: Sleeping Beauty. If you have not reviewed and/or taken those quizzes as of yet then you might want to do so at this time. They will give you the practice you will need for this quiz.

There are no new Spanish vocabulary words that you will need to take this quiz. You have enough vocabulary to be able to answer each of the ten quiz questions. Before moving on to the quiz, however, it is important that you re-read (or read for the first time) the story of Peter Pan as each question will relate to specifics about the story. The story can be found on the internet so it will not require any purchase on your part.

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In the quiz, each of your answers will be in Spanish. If you believe you have a good memory of this story then please do move on to the quiz section at this time. Challenge yourself to see just how much you can remember about the story of Peter Pan!

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  1. What can Peter Pan do?
    Peter Pan can fly. He flies in Spanish is él vuela.
  2. What thing can Peter Pan not do?
    Peter Pan cannot grow old. Grow old in Spanish is crece viejo.
  3. Peter Pan is often accompanied by a little fair named ____.
    Peter Pan is often accompanied by a little fairy named Tinkerbell (sometimes shown as Tinker Bell.) Tinkerbell in Spanish is Campanita. (Note that the first answer means Carmalita, the third answer means Goldilock and the last answer means Cinderella. In some Spanish speaking areas, Goldilock is 'Ricitos de Oro'.)
  4. The noise Peter Pan makes as he enters the Darling residence awakens ____.
    The noise Peter pan makes as he enters the Darling residence awakens Wendy. This is spelled the same in both English and Spanish.
  5. What was Peter Pan looking for at the Darling residence?
    Peter Pan was looking for his shadow. The Spanish word for shadow is sombra.
  6. Wendy and her brothers have a Nana. Who or what is their Nana?
    Wendy and her brothers have a Nana and Nana is a dog or, in Spanish, un perro.
  7. Peter Pan takes Wendy and her brothers with him to ____.
    Peter Pan takes Wendy and her brothers with him to Neverland. Neverland in Spanish would read as: nunca tierra. This is the simple way to say it. If you want to be more authentic, then you would say it as: Tierra de Nunca Jamás which means: land of never never.
  8. Peter Pan has an arch enemy, a pirate named ____.
    In Neverland, Peter Pan has an arch enemy, a pirate named Captain Hook. The Spanish name for Captain Hook is Capitán Garfio.
  9. The other children who live with Peter Pan in Neverland are known as the lost ____.
    The other children who live with Peter Pan in Neverland are known as the lost boys. The Spanish word for boys is niños.
  10. What happens to Peter Pan at the end of the story?
    Although all of the lost boys are adopted, Peter Pan chose to stay in Neverland. Therefore, he stays in Neverland. In Spanish, that reads as: Él queda en nunca tierra.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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