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Vocabulary - At the Flower Shop!

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be looking at a bouquet of beautiful flowers that are found at the flower shop. Flowers are part of so many different occasions in life. They signify love, sorrow and happiness. They are used at births, parties, weddings, anniversaries, holidays and even deaths.

When you cannot say what you are feeling with words, flowers can say it for you. Because they are so important, it is important to know how to talk about flowers in your new language of Spanish. Many of the floral names are similar in both languages but some can be quite different so they will require a little more time to remember them and their spellings. Although there are hundreds of different flowers throughout the world, this quiz will focus only on the more popular flowers. Now, let’s see what those flowers are.

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BOUQUET OF FLOWERS

ENGLISH SPANISH
African lily lirio africano [m]
aster aster [m]
baby’ breath respiración del bebé [m]
carnation clavel [m]
chrysanthemum crisantemo [m]
cornflower aciano [m]
daffodil narciso [m]
daisy margarita [f]
edelweiss edelweiss [m]
heather brezo [m]
hydrangea hortensia [f]
iris iris [m]
jonquil junquillo [m]
lavender lavanda [f]
lilac lila [f]
lily lirio [m]
lily-of-the-valley lirio de los valles [m]
orchid orquídea [f]
pansy pensamiento [m]
peony peonía [f]
poppy amapola [f]
Queen Anne’s Lace cordón de la reina Ana [f]
rose rosa [f]
tulip tulipán [m]
zinnia zinnia [f]

Mmmm – can you smell the sweetness! Okay then – it is time to see just how well you can remember these flowers in Spanish. No peeking back at the introduction during the quiz! For each quiz sentence given, see how quickly you can locate the Spanish flower that translates the all capitalized English flower, that answers a question or that would fit into the blank space to complete the sentence!

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  1. A ROSE by any other name would smell as sweet.
    This is a very well-known statement and the Spanish word for rose is rosa.
  2. Tip-toe through the ____ with me.
    This was once a very popular song sung by Tiny Tim. It goes: Tip-toe through the tulips with me. The Spanish word for tulips is tulipanes. Notice that the accent mark got dropped when the word was made plural.
  3. She wore an AFRICAN LILY in her hair.
    The Spanish words for African lily are lirio africano.
  4. Did you know that the ORCHID is symbolic for beauty, charm, peace, strength and elegance?
    The Spanish word for orchid is orquídea.
  5. In the musical movie The Sound of Music there is a song about this small and white, clean and bright flower. What is that flower called?
    In the musical movie The Sound of Music the song about a small white, clean and bright flower was called edelweiss. It is spelled the same in both English and Spanish.
  6. In the movie The Wizard of Oz, the wicked witch used this flower to put Dorothy and her friends to sleep. What was it?
    In the movie The Wizard of Oz, the wicked witch used poppies to put Dorothy and her friends to sleep. The Spanish word for poppies is amapolas.
  7. This flower has the same name as a part of the eye. What is it?
    The flower that has the same names as a part of the eye is the iris. The iris is the colored part of the eye. Iris is spelled the same in English and Spanish.
  8. During the prom, girls pin a ____ on their date’s lapel.
    During the prom, girls generally pin a carnation onto the lapel of their date. The Spanish word for carnation is clavel.
  9. A little touch of BABY'S BREATH helps to decorate a bouquet of flowers.
    The Spanish words for baby’s breath are respiración del bebé.
  10. This is the flower of Easter.
    The flower of Easter is the lily. The Spanish word for lily is lirio.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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