Vocabulary - A Smorgasbord of Words (Part 3)

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz is the third of four quizzes designed to randomly test your memory on Spanish vocabulary. The two previous quizzes included Vocabulary: A Smorgasbord of Words! (Part 1) and Vocabulary: A Smorgasbord of Words! (Part 2). Each quiz contains a random set of quiz questions or problems, some of which are related while others are totally non-related.

You are now at the point of your Spanish learning journey where you really need to start practicing not only Spanish words but learning how to read and write in Spanish. That means being able to quickly translate from English to Spanish and/or Spanish to English rather quickly, without really even having to consciously think about it.

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For those students of Spanish who will go on to conversational Spanish with a live instructor – that back and forth translation ability will be put to the ultimate test. You are not there yet but you are getting close to that point. So, with that in mind, move on down to the quiz section and be prepared for anything that might come up!

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  1. Which of the following words is not related to the others?
    The first answer means trash. The second answer means pheasant. The third answer means seagull and the last answer means swan. A pheasant, a seagull and a swan are all related as they are birds. Trash is not related to the others.
  2. Which of the following words is the opposite of young?
    The first answer means blind. The third answer means short. The last answer means flat. Neither of these is the opposition of young. However, the second answer means old and that is the opposite of young.
  3. I am looking at a cortina, an entresuelo and a reflector. Where am I?
    A cortina is a curtain. An entresuelo is a mezzanine. A reflector is a spotlight. These are all found in a theater. The Spanish word for theater is teatro.
  4. Which of the following items would you not normally find at an airport?
    The first answer means cougar. The second answer means luggage. The third answer means stewardess and the last answer means suitcase. You would normally see luggage, a stewardess and a suitcase at an airport. You would not normally see a cougar at an airport.
  5. Él compró un sándwich de jamón y queso.
    The given sentence reads as: He bought a ham and cheese sandwich.
  6. Madre ganó un premio.
    The given sentence reads as: Mother won an award.
  7. Nelly made a Christmas doll.
    The given sentence is using a past tense verb (made). The first and second answers show a present tense verb form so neither of them is correct. In addition, the second and last answers show the verb of give. The third answer reads: Nelly made a Christmas doll.
  8. Michael told the class a story.
    Each answer has correctly translated Michael and the class a story. However, the first answer reads: Michael found the class a story. The second answer reads: Michael read the class a story. The third answer reads: Michael prayed the class a story. Finally, the last answer reads: Michael told the class a story.
  9. Which of these will not tell you the time?
    The first answer means watch. The second answer means topic. The third answer means moon and the last answer means sun. A watch, the moon and the sun can all tell you the time. However, a topic cannot tell you the time.
  10. I see a caimán, a chimpancé, a jirafa and a cebra. Where am I?
    A caimán is an alligator. A chimpancé is a chimpanzee. A jirafa is a giraffe and a cebra is a zebra. I must, therefore, be at a zoo. The Spanish word for zoo is zoológico.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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