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Showtime!

'There’s no business like show business, like no business I know! Everything about it is appealing. Everything that traffic will allow. Nowhere can you get that happy feeling – when you are stealing – that extra bow.' Are you tapping your foot and, perhaps, singing?! You know, there isn’t a single person in show business today who does not know these famous lyrics that were written by Irving Berlin back in 1946. They emphasize the thrill of being in show business and being on Broadway. So, this Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz will be preparing you for the time when the curtain goes up, also known as showtime!

During your Spanish Difficult Review academic quizzes you were shown a number of show business words in Spanish. This way you can enjoy the show in two languages!

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So, are you ready for showtime? Then carefully read each quiz sentence and question below as you will have to come up with the correct Spanish answer from memory. The pictures will be a great help towards finding those answers. Now it’s time for you to be ready because – you’re on!

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  1. She will go on if the lead actress is unable to. What is she called?
    If the lead actress is unable to perform, her understudy will go on. The Spanish word for understudy is suplente.
  2. When on stage you should stand in this brightness. What is it called?
    When on stage you should stand in the spotlight. The Spanish word for spotlight is reflector.
  3. Everyone wants to hear this after their performance. What do they want to hear?
    Everyone wants to hear applause after their performance. The Spanish word for applause is aplauso.
  4. You try to get the best one in the house. What is it?
    As you can easily tell from the given picture, you try to get the best seat in the house. The Spanish word for seat is asiento.
  5. This breaks up the first part of the show from the second part so you can take a break and get a snack. What is the break called?
    The break that is given to separate the first part of the show from the second part of the show is known as intermission. The Spanish word for intermission is intermedio.
  6. If the show doesn’t get a good one of these it could bring a quick end to it. What is this thing called?
    If a show does not get a good review it could bring a quick end to the show. The Spanish word for review is revisión.
  7. This person addresses the audience and sets the show up. What is he or she called?
    The person who addresses the audience and sets up the show is known as the emcee. The Spanish word for emcee is presentador.
  8. Shows that have lots of songs in them are called this. What is it?
    Shows that have lots of songs in them are called musicals. The Spanish word for musicals is musicales. Note that the singular form of the word is spelled the same in both English and Spanish, i.e., musical.
  9. These children hope that they can give a good one of these so they can make their parents proud. What can they give?
    These children hope that they can give a good performance so that they can make their parents proud. The Spanish word for performance is actuación.
  10. Before the show starts and after it ends this thing goes up or down. What is it?
    Before the show starts and after it ends a curtain goes up or down. The Spanish word for curtain is cortina.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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