Writing: Spanish to English (2)

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be given another opportunity to write sentences going from Spanish to English. If you have taken the sister quizzes, i.e., Writing: English to Spanish (1), Writing: English to Spanish (2) and Writing: Spanish to English (2) then your brain should be getting quite used to being bounced back and forth from one language to the next. Words that you struggled to remember before should also be coming forward more easily and quickly as you need them.

As stated in the earlier quizzes, part of the effort it takes to get that brain bouncing back and forth is to write. So, once again your task is to write down the given Spanish sentences and then write down what you believe to be the correct and proper English translation. Once you have done that, check the given answers to see if one of them matches up to your translation for that sentence. Hopefully you will be nearing the field of expert about now. So, if you're ready, begin the quiz!

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  1. Mi papagayo habla todo el tiempo.
    The given sentence reads: My parrot talks all the time.
  2. El padre de Tomás compró tres ratoneras.
    The given sentence reads: Thomas’ father bought three mousetraps.
  3. El mago hizo magia para la clase.
    The given sentence reads: The magician did magic for the class.
  4. Los niños sentaron en la calesita.
    The given sentence reads: The children sat on the merry-go-round.
  5. Medir el volumen de leche.
    First notice that a command is being given here. When a command is given, you use the base form of the verb. The given sentence then reads: Measure the volume of milk.
  6. Por favor silbar una canción para mí.
    Notice that a command is being given here. When a command is being given, you use the base form of the verb. The given sentence reads: Please whistle a song for me.
  7. Martha fue el nuevo suplente.
    The given sentence reads: Martha was the new understudy.
  8. El árbol está tocando la casa.
    The given sentence reads: The tree is touching the house.
  9. ¿Tú olvidas el papel higiénico?
    The given sentence reads: Did you forget the toilet paper?
  10. El suegro de Juan está enfermo.
    The given sentence reads: John’s father-in-law is sick.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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