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Spelling - Spelling Baseball - Homerun

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will continue playing baseball. That is, a spelling baseball game, so let’s get a homerun! The tension is getting high at this point in the spelling baseball game. You are in the ninth inning and the bases are loaded. Your challenge is to hit a homerun and bring everyone home and WIN the game! You can do it! All eyes are on you! (No stress here!)

To get to 1st base (see the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Spelling Baseball – 1st Base!) you had to translate 2 words together. To get to 2nd base (see the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Spelling Baseball – 2nd Base!) you had to translate 3 words together and to get to 3rd base (see the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Spelling Baseball – 3rd Base!) you had to translate simple sentences.

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Now your task is to translate longer or more challenging sentences. Some sentences will be given in English and some sentences are given in Spanish. You must find the proper translation which means proper spelling, word order, verb tense and gender. To do this you will have to dig deep, focus on the ball and then hit it out of the park!

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  1. I will go with you but not today.
    Each answer has correctly translated the future tense as 'I will go with you but not'. The first answer reads: I will go with you but not now. The second answer reads: I will go with you but not tomorrow. The last answer reads: I will go with you but not late. The third answer reads: I will go with you but not today.
  2. They say that people see mirages in the desert.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'They say that people see' and 'in the desert'. However, the first answer reads: They say that people see miracles in the desert. The second answer reads: They say that people see mirrors in the desert. The last answer reads: They say that people see Mercury in the desert. Finally, the third answer reads: They say that people see mirages in the desert.
  3. Jacob went to work first and then he went to the movies.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'Jacob went to the' and 'first and then he went'. However, the first answer reads: Jacob went to church first and then he went to the priest. The second answer reads: Jacob went to school first and then he went to the country. The third answer reads: Jacob went to town first and then he went to the building. The last answer reads: Jacob went to work first and then he went to the movies.
  4. Miranda oyó un pájaro carpintero fuera de su ventana.
    This sentence uses a past tense verb in it. The third answer shows a present tense verb usage so it can be eliminated. The sentence reads: Miranda heard a woodpecker outside her window.
  5. Usted pone pasta de dientes en un cepillo de dientes.
    The given sentence reads: You put toothpaste on a toothbrush. Dientes means tooth.
  6. The surgeon called mother about her leg.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'The surgeon called mother about her'. However, the second answer reads: The surgeon called my mother about her knee. The third answer reads: The surgeon called my mother about her back. The last answer reads: The surgeon called my mother about her neck. Finally, the first answer reads: The surgeon called my mother about her leg.
  7. The baby has a bottle of warm milk.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'The baby has a'. The first answer reads: The baby has a warm, soft blanket. The third answer reads: The baby has a warm milk carton. The last answer reads: The baby has a warm bowl of cream. Finally, the second answer reads: The baby has a bottle of warm milk.
  8. Los adolescentes vinieron a casa muy tarde.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'The teenagers'. The given sentence reads: The teenagers came home very late.
  9. La multitud dio una ovación de pie.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'The crowd'. The given sentence reads: The crowed gave a standing ovation.
  10. El mago sabía mucha magia.
    Each answer is unique here, however, the given sentence reads: The magician knew lots of magic.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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