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Viva España!

This Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz will take a look at things that you would associate with the Spanish culture. Have you noticed the title to this quiz? '¡Viva España!' In English this means: 'Long live Spain!' What that also means is that this quiz is a sister quiz to the quick review picture quiz titled Long Live Spain! I gather that you have noticed how we love to have sister quizzes in our Spanish quiz courses. That’s because sister quizzes give you added practice in the same area of study.

With that in mind, this quiz will focus on Spanish traditions and customs that you might come across, especially if you journey to a Spanish speaking country whether that be Spain or elsewhere. The difference between the previous sister quiz and this quiz is that here you will have to answer questions asked using Spanish words. Remember to study the pictures as they will help jog your memory and help you associate Spanish words with items and things. So, are you ready? Then, ¡Viva España!

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  1. From the picture shown, what food is being served?
    The picture here is showing you several tacos. Here is an example where you need to know the Spanish spelling of the word to get it correct. The Spanish word for tacos is tacos. It is the same in both English and Spanish and there are no accent marks.
  2. These will keep you warm and toasty. What are they?
    The picture is showing us many colorful blankets. The Spanish word for blankets is sarapes. Note that it may also be said as mantas. The first answer means rugs. The second answer means carpets and the last answer means floors.
  3. What event is taking place in this picture?
    The event that is taking place in the picture is that of a bullfight. The Spanish words for bullfight are corrida de toros. The first answer means animal fight and animal run. The second answer means water fight and water run and the last answer means people fight and people run.
  4. What is the name of the food that is being lifted up by the fork?
    Here is another example where you need to know the Spanish spelling of the word to get it correct. The food on the fork is called enchilada. The Spanish word for enchilada is enchilada. It is the same in both English and Spanish and there are no accent marks.
  5. Mardi Gras is a celebration that takes place each year in New Orleans. Some also refer to it as Fat Tuesday and some as Happy Tuesday. Which of the following means Happy Tuesday?
    The first answer means thin Monday. The second answer means quiet Sunday and the third answer means unhappy Tuesday and the last answer means happy Thursday.
  6. Many people either love or hate this green, Mexican condiment. What is it called?
    People seem to either love or hate guacamole. This, too, is a word that is spelled the same in both English and in Spanish and there are no accent marks.
  7. Many people can be as stubborn as this pack animal. What is it called?
    The picture shows us a caravan of mules. Mules are known to be very stubborn and the Spanish word for mule is mula. The first answer means donkey. The third answer means bull and the last answer means fox.
  8. Looks like this man is taking a little one in the afternoon. What is he taking?
    Looking at the man it seems clear that his is taking a little nap. The Spanish word for nap is siesta. The first answer means treat. The second answer means vacation and the third answer means bow.
  9. Many Spanish dishes are known for being this. What are they known for being?
    Many Spanish dishes are known for being spicy. The Spanish word for spicy is picante. The first answer means pickle. The second answer means soft and the last answer means hard.
  10. Rather than wear a coat, many Spanish people wear this by slipping it over their heads. What is it called?
    Rather than wear a coat, many Spanish people were a poncho. The Spanish word for poncho is poncho meaning it is spelled the same in both English and Spanish. The first answer means tie. The second answer means scarf and the third answer means shirt.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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