Writing - I Can Write Out the Entire Sentence!

By reaching this quiz, it means that you are getting very close to the end of the road with the Spanish Difficult Review quizzes. In addition, you will no longer have any new vocabulary words to learn from this point forward. It is now time to take all of the words in your Spanish vocabulary bank and start putting them to use. Therefore, in this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be tested on how well you can recognize, and write out, entire sentences using that bank of Spanish words.

Note that this is a writing quiz. That means that you will need some paper and a pen or pencil because part of your task is to write. The actual act of writing helps to stimulate the brain into remembering. Please DO NOT skip the writing part. It will be very beneficial to you. Therefore, read each of the given sentences. They will all be in English. Notice that these sentences are a bit long.

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Next, write out the Spanish translation of each sentence onto your paper. When you are done, see if your translation matches one of the four given answers. If it does not, see if you can find the proper translation and then write out the proper translation. If your translation matches perfectly to one of the given answers, choose that answer and then move on to the next sentence. Do not rush through the quiz. Take your time. Pay attention to the sentence structure, the verb context, verb tenses and pronoun forms. If you need to review your verbs and/or vocabulary, check out the helpful lists on vocabulary words and verb conjugations provided on this site. When you are ready, begin writing!

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  1. Mr. Smith bought a new tractor to help plant his crops.
    Each answer is correctly translated except for the verb for bought. As Mr. Smith must be replaced with a pronoun to find the proper verb form, the pronoun to use is he so that it reads: he bought. That is in the past tense. The Spanish verb for he bought is compró making the correct translation as: Señor Smith compró un nuevo tractor para ayudar a plantar sus cultivos.
  2. Ginger tried on the red blouse and the black pants.
    Each answer is translated correctly except for the two articles of clothing. The Spanish word for blouse is blusa and the Spanish word for pants is pantalones. The entire translation is then: Jengibre intentó en la blusa roja y los pantalones negros.
  3. Charles ate spaghetti and Peter drank soda.
    'Charles ate' and 'and Peter' and 'soda' are translated correctly in each answer. However, what Charles ate and what Peter did is different. The Spanish word for spaghetti is espagueti and the Spanish verb for drank (he drank as he replaces Peter) is bebió. This means that the entire translation should read as: Carlos comió espagueti y Pedro bebió gaseosa.
  4. My grandparents traveled to Italy on vacation.
    Each answer is correctly translated except for the verb for traveled. Notice that it is in the past tense. 'My grandparents' needed to be replaced with the proper pronoun of they. The Spanish verb for they travelled is viajaron. Therefore, the entire translations should read as: Mis abuelos viajaron a Italia de vacaciones.
  5. The children will begin school on September 5th.
    Each answer is translated correctly except for what the children will begin. The Spanish word for school is escuela. Therefore, the entire translation would read as: Los niños empezarán escuela el 5 de septiembre.
  6. The doctor said that you are to go home now.
    Each answer is translated correctly except for when you are to go home. The Spanish word for now is ahora. Therefore, the last answer is the correct translation. [Note that in some Spanish speaking countries, doctor is referred to as médico for a male doctor and médica for a female doctor.]
  7. We went to the parade in the morning and then to dinner that night.
    Each answer has been correctly translated except for where they went in the morning. The Spanish word for parade is desfile. Therefore, the entire translation should read as: Fuimos al desfile en la mañana y luego a cenar esa noche.
  8. They visited the zoo on Thursday and saw many tigers.
    Each answer is translated correctly except for the day of the week that they visited the zoo. The Spanish word for Thursday is jueves. Therefore, the entire translation should read as: Ellos visitaron el zoológico el jueves y vieron muchos tigres.
  9. Father made new furniture for my brother’s bedroom.
    Every answer is translated correctly except for where or what belonged to the brother. The Spanish word for bedroom is recámara. Therefore, the entire translation should read as: Padre hizo nuevos muebles para la recámara de mi hermano.
  10. I love math but I hate biology.
    Each answer has been correctly translated except for the feeling or action regarding biology. The Spanish verb for I hate is odio. Therefore, the entire translation should read as: Amo las matemáticas pero odio la biología.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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