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This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will test you on being able to recognize Spanish words found within a sentence. Up until know, you have been given sentences in English and then you needed to find the Spanish translation of the capitalized word. This quiz is going to reverse that.

Many of the quiz sentences will include words that you have not learned as of yet. This has been done to help you to get used to seeing sentences in Spanish and to show you that just by knowing a few words, you will still be able to make out many of the sentences. Even so, you do not have to be worried about the unknown words. You only need to focus on the words that have been capitalized within the sentences. Your task is to then find the English translation of each word and see if you can tell me about it!

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  1. Una pequeña mariquita tiene puntos de NEGROS.
    The translation of this sentence reads: A little ladybug has black spots. Remember that in Spanish the order is spots of black (puntos de negros). The capitalized word is then Spanish for black.
  2. ¿Qué tipo de HOJAS son estas?
    The translation of this sentence reads: What type of leaves are these? The capitalized word is then Spanish for leaves.
  3. Sí, lo sé, puedes ver mis RODILLAS.
    The translation of this sentence reads: Yeah, I know, you can see my knees. The capitalized word is then Spanish for knees.
  4. ¿Sería lo suficientemente valiente como para sostener un RATÓN?
    The translation of this sentence reads: Would you be brave enough to hold a mouse? The capitalized word is then Spanish for mouse.
  5. Parece que este CACHORRO está haciendo algo malo.
    The translation of this sentence reads: It looks like this puppy is doing something bad. The capitalized word is then Spanish for puppy.
  6. ¡Niñas aman llevar ZAPATOS de su madre!
    The translation of this sentence reads: Little girls love to wear their mother’s shoes. The capitalized word is then Spanish for shoes.
  7. Este fósforo CALIENTE puede encender una vela.
    The translation of this sentence reads: This hot match can light a candle. The capitalized word is then Spanish for hot.
  8. Una MANZANA para la profesora.
    The translation of this sentence reads: An apple for the teacher. The capitalized word is then Spanish for apple.
  9. ¡Estas chicas serán AMIGAS para siempre!
    The translation of this sentence reads: These girls will be friends forever! The capitalized word is then Spanish for friends. Since they are all girls, the feminine form is used.
  10. ¿Este elefanta MADRE trata de recoger a su bebé?
    The translation of this sentence reads: Is this mother elephant trying to pick up her baby? The capitalized word is then Spanish for mother. Note that a male elephant is 'el elefante' while a female elephant is 'la elefanta'.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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