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Vocabulary - Yup - Keep Them Coming!

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be looking at a variety of unrelated words. If you have already taken the Spanish Medium Review quizzes then this quiz should be familiar to you. As you may recall, or even if you are jumping right into this Spanish Difficult Review quiz, learning a new language, or even learning your own language, is an ongoing process. There are literally millions of words to be learned and new words are being invented every day. Twenty to thirty years ago no one would know what a cellphone was or a modem or WiFi. Today, they are all basic words to us. Who knows what words will be around twenty to thirty years from now? Who knows what words will be around even just a year from now.

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Because there are so many words to learn it will be impossible to teach you all of them in these three levels of Spanish quizzes, i.e., Spanish Easy Review, Spanish Medium Review and Spanish Difficult Review. However, it is this site’s goal to be able to give you enough Spanish vocabulary words to help you to be able to communicate quite nicely in Spanish. If you move on in your Spanish studies, then your vocabulary will continue to increase. However, if you choose to stop your studies after taking the Spanish Difficult Review quizzes, or even if you stopped after the Spanish Medium Review quizzes, you will have a good, solid foundation of vocabulary words to be able to communicate with native Spanish speakers.

KEEP THEM COMING

Now, what is this 'Yup – Keep them Coming!' quiz? Well, it is all about adding more vocabulary words to your vocabulary word bank. The words included in this quiz are random words to try and fill in some blanks from the many areas you have studied vocabulary words such as the areas involving animals, birds, directions, numbers, months, years, season, schools and so on. Therefore, with that in mind, let’s have a look at some helpful and useful vocabulary words.

RANDOM WORDS

ENGLISH SPANISH
alien extraterrestre [m/f] (note that this the same for both male and female)
aurora borealis aurora boreal [f]
award premio [m]
bacon tocino [m]
bottle botella [f]
desolate desolado / desolada [m/f]
destination destino [m]
doll muñeca [f]
enemy enemigo [m]
everything todo [m]
female hembra [f]
gum goma [f]
ham jamón [m]
jealous celoso [m]
luggage equipaje [m] (note that the J sounds like an H)
movie película [f]
parent padre [m] / madre [f]
pig cerdo [m]
proud orgulloso / orgullosa [m/f]
ride montar (an AR verb, regular in present, past and future)
sausage salchicha [f]
secret secreto [m]
spatula espátula [f]
stamp sello [m]
starfish estrella de mar [f]
steam vapor [m]
teapot tetera [f]
topic tema [m] (notice that even though it ends with the letter 'a', it is a masculine word)
trophy trofeo [m]

As in the quiz titled Vocabulary: Keep Them Coming!, your quiz task is to read the following ten quiz sentences. Each sentence will have a blank space where a word must be used from the answers provided in order to complete the sentence. You will need to find the Spanish translation of these words. Remember, the vocabulary words here are random so the sentences could be about almost anything.

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  1. The first word that Helen Keller learned to sign was ____.
    The first word that Helen Keller learned to sign was doll. The Spanish word for doll is muñeca.
  2. I’m a little ____ short and stout.
    This well-known rhyme goes: I’m a little teapot short and stout. The Spanish word for teapot is tetera.
  3. You need to put a ____ on an envelope before it can be mailed.
    You need to put a stamp on an envelope before it can be mailed. The Spanish word for stamp is sello.
  4. The Paddington brothers got a ____ for winning first place.
    The Paddington brothers got a trophy for winning first place. The Spanish word for trophy is trofeo.
  5. Nelly had to stay in during recess because she got caught chewing ____ in class.
    Nelly had to stay in during recess because she got caught chewing gum in class. The Spanish word for gum is goma.
  6. Mr. Haley was very ____ of his son’s accomplishment!
    Mr. Haley was very proud of his son’s accomplishment! The Spanish word for proud is orgulloso.
  7. ET was an ____ from another planet.
    ET was an alien from another planet. The Spanish word for alien is extraterrestre.
  8. A couple of slices of ____ goes great with eggs.
    A couple of slices of bacon goes great with eggs. The Spanish word for bacon is tocino.
  9. I need a ____ so I can flip the pancakes.
    I need a spatula so I can flip the pancakes. The Spanish word for spatula is espátula.
  10. The Northern Lights are also known as the ____.
    The Northern Lights are also known as the aurora borealis. In Spanish, the aurora borealis is aurora boreal.

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