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Writing: English to Spanish (2)

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will once again get the opportunity to write sentences going from English to Spanish. As you can see, this quiz is a continuation of Writing: English to Spanish (1). As was mentioned in the introduction of that previous quiz, as well as the same series of writing quizzes you took in the Spanish Medium Review quiz series, you are now being challenged to be able to use any of your Spanish vocabulary words and verbs in sentences. By writing down the sentences, it will re-enforce your ability to remember not only the words, but sentence structure.

As was the case in the first Writing: English to Spanish (1) quiz, here you will be given ten sentences in English. Write down the English sentence on a piece of paper and then see if you can write out the Spanish translation of that sentence.

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Once you have completed your translation, see if it matches up to one of the given answers here. When you complete one sentence – move on to the next sentence until you have completed all ten sentences. Do not rush. Think about the words, the verb tenses and the sentence structures. If you are up to the challenge – then begin the quiz now.

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  1. Is this apple pie spicy?
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for what the apple pie is. It is spicy. The Spanish word for spicy is picante making the translation read as: ¿Es este el pastel de manzana picante?
  2. The actress stood under the hot spotlight.
    Each answer has been correctly translated except for what the actress did. The pronoun that can replace the actress is she and she stood under the hot spotlight. It is a past tense verb. The Spanish verb for she stood is estuvo de pie. Therefore, the translation should read as: La actriz estuvo de pie bajo el reflector caliente.
  3. Robert wanted to study astrology.
    Each answer has been correctly translated except for what Robert did. The pronoun that can replace Robert is he and he wanted to study astrology. It is a past tense verb. The Spanish verb for he wanted is quiso. Therefore, the translation should read as: Roberto quiso estudiar astrología.
  4. My family climbed to the top of the mountain.
    Each answer has correctly translated the given sentence except for where on the mountain they want to climb to. They want to climb to the top of the mountain. The Spanish word for top is superior. Now, which subject pronoun can replace 'my family'? That would be 'it'. Therefore, the correct translation is then: Mi familia escaló a la superior de la montaña.
  5. Mother put the baby down for a nap.
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for what mother put the baby down for. She put the baby down for a nap. The Spanish word for nap is siesta. Therefore, the translation should read as: Madre puso el bebé abajo por una siesta.
  6. The class jumped for joy when they heard the news!
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for the manner in which they heard the news. They heard the news when. The Spanish word for when is cuando and the translation should then read as: ¡La clase saltó de alegría cuando oyeron las noticias!
  7. The teenager was in the bell tower.
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for where the teenager was. The teenager was in the bell tower. The Spanish word for bell tower is campanario. The translation is then: El adolescente estuvo en el campanario.
  8. Mindy is studying to be a beautician.
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for what Mindy is studying to be. She is studying to be a beautician. The Spanish word for beautician is esteticista. Therefore, the translation should be read as: Mindy está estudiando para ser una esteticista.
  9. The girls’ choir won the first award.
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for the what award they won. They won the first award. The Spanish word for first is primero. Now, which subject pronoun can replace 'the girls' choir'? That would be 'it'. Therefore, the correct translation reads as follows: El coro de niñas ganó el premio primero.
  10. The bride and groom spoke their wedding vows.
    Each answer has been translated correctly except for what they spoke. They spoke their wedding vows. The Spanish word for vows is votos. The translation should then read as: La novia y el novio dijeron sus votos bodas.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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