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Language - Spanish Easy Review Summary

This language Spanish Easy Review quiz will be a review summary of what you have studied and learned in Spanish thus far. What that means is that you are almost at the very end of this academic series of quizzes.

In all, there has been a total of 100 Spanish Easy Review academic quizzes. The academic quizzes will then be followed by a series of an additional 50 picture review quizzes. Hopefully you will find the picture quizzes to be extremely enjoyable as these will test your memory of objects using their Spanish names. Before getting to the picture quizzes, however, you do need to finish up the academic quizzes.

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As you should recall, just as English is filled with lots of facts and rules that you have to learn in order to speak and write in the language properly, so too is Spanish filled with lots of facts and rules that must be learned in order to be able to speak and write in it. Until those facts and rules become second nature to you, it is always good practice to take a look back at them to help you remember what they are. That is what this quiz is all about – testing your memory of the facts and rules of Spanish!

The quiz contains ten questions that will be related to information about some of the facts and rules found in Spanish. For each question, see if you can locate the correct answer. Some facts and rules may seem really easy while some might be a little tricky. If you are not able to remember the answer to any of the questions, please take the necessary time to look back at the quizzes that will give you a more detailed reminder. Now, let’s go take the quiz!

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  1. There are several different Spanish dialects. In fact, there are ____ different dialects.
    There are 10 different Spanish dialects. (Information can be found in the quiz titled ¡BIENVENIDO! – WELCOME TO SPANISH AND ITS ALPHABET.)
  2. Spanish is the ____ most spoken language in the world.
    Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world. (Information can be found in the quiz titled ¡BIENVENIDO! – WELCOME TO SPANISH AND ITS ALPHABET.)
  3. In Spanish the word for 'and' is 'y'. However, sometimes the 'y' becomes an 'e'. When does the 'y' become an 'e'?
    When the word that follows the 'y' begins with the letter 'i', the 'y' is changed to the letter 'e'. For example: if you were to say left and right in Spanish it would be said as izquierda y derecha. However, if you were to say right and left in Spanish it would be derecha e izquierda. As izquierda begins with the letter 'i', the 'y' is changed to become the letter 'e'. This is because the 'y' (which is pronounced as a long ē) and the letter 'i' in izquierda are both pronounced as a long ē. To distinguish the two sounds, the Spanish 'e' in this instance is pronounced as a long 'ā'. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Bring on the Conjunctions.)
  4. The Spanish word si without an accent mark means ____.
    The Spanish word of si means if. With an accent mark (sí) it means yes. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Bring on the Conjunctions.)
  5. In Spanish, if a sentence asks a question, what punctuation mark must it contain?
    In Spanish, if a sentence asks a question it must contain two question marks. One will appear at the beginning of the sentence that is reversed and upside down and one at the end that is right-side up. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Asking a Question.)
  6. In Spanish, nouns are generally ____.
    In Spanish, nouns are generally masculine or feminine. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Subject Pronouns: Understanding Masculine and Feminine.)
  7. In English we would say: white house. However, in Spanish we would say ____.
    As the word white is being used as an adjective, in Spanish it always comes after the noun which is the house. The Spanish word of de means of and it shows what the noun possesses. Here, the house possesses the color white. In Spanish it would be written as: casa de blanca or house of white. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: The Role of the Word Of.)
  8. English has one definite article, the word 'the'. In Spanish there are ____ definite articles.
    In Spanish there are four definite articles. The definite article will either be masculine or feminine and singular or plural. The Spanish definite articles are: el and la in the singular form and los and las in the plural form. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Using the Spanish Definite Article The.)
  9. In Spanish, un, una, unos and unas are known as ____.
    In Spanish, un, una, unos and unas are known as indefinite articles. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Using the Spanish Indefinite Article A, Any and Some.)
  10. Spanish has how many types of verbs?
    Spanish has three types of verbs that include ar verbs, er verbs and ir verbs. (Information can be found in a full series of quizzes on verbs.)

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