Veggie Delight!

In this Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz you will be looking at some veggie delights, i.e., healthy vegetables. How many times have you been told to eat your vegetables! Probably hundreds of times. That is because vegetables are so vital to our overall health. They are filled with vitamins and nutrition that we simply do not get or at least do not get enough of in other foods that we eat.

How we prepare vegetables changes from one area of the country to another and, of course, from one country to another country. Regardless of how they are prepared, what is important is that they are served and eaten everywhere and now you can serve and eat them in Spanish! Therefore, for this quick picture review quiz you will be shown several pictures of some veggie delights! Your quick challenge is to see how quickly you can then name the all capitalized veggie delight in Spanish. So pull up a folk and dig in!

Did you know...

You can play all the teacher-written quizzes on our site for just £9.95 per month. Click the button to sign up or read more.

Sign up here
To see a larger image, simply click on the picture.
  1. Some people eat BEETS like dessert.
    The Spanish word for beets is remolachas.
  2. This bunny is sitting in a bed of CABBAGE.
    The Spanish word for cabbage is repollo.
  3. An artistic plate of ENDIVE.
    The Spanish word for endive is endivia.
  4. Here you have a vegetable market. Can you locate the OKRA?
    This is one instance in which the English word is very short but the Spanish word is very long. The Spanish word for okra is quingomobó.
  5. Grabbing a handful of SHALLOTS.
    The Spanish word for shallots is chalotes.
  6. Adding a little CHICORY to your cooking adds some tasty flavor.
    The Spanish word for chicory is achicoria.
  7. Have you ever had any SQUASH soup?
    The Spanish word for squash is calabaza.
  8. A little WATERCRESS goes good in salads.
    The Spanish word for watercress is berro.
  9. ZUCCHINI is a type of squash.
    The Spanish word for zucchini is calabacín. Notice the accent mark about the 'i'.
  10. I can just smell these TAPIOCA puddings!
    This is a case where the English and Spanish words are exactly the same as tapioca is spelled the same way in both languages. There is no accent mark.

Author: Christine G. Broome

© 2014 Education Quizzes

TJS - Web Design Lincolnshire

Welcome to Education Quizzes
Login to your account