Water Water Everywhere!

Have you ever heard the poem, "Water, water, everywhere, and all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink…."? The poem was written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. It is a befitting poem for this quiz as this Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will help you review Spanish words that involve water or cover items that may be found around water.

When you think about it, water is a big part of our lives. We couldn’t survive without it. So, without any further hesitation, let’s jump into this quiz and, hopefully, make a huge splash! In order to do that, please read each of the following ten sentences and then see if you can locate the correct watery, Spanish translation!

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  1. A splendid picture of COLD colored ice!
    The Spanish word for cold is frío.
  2. Would you like TO SWIM with a dolphin?
    The Spanish verb for 'to swim' is nadar.
  3. Father and child hold HANDS in the rain.
    The Spanish word for hands is manos.
  4. This snowman looks HAPPY!
    The Spanish word for happy is feliz.
  5. A row of colorful little HOUSES at the beach.
    The Spanish word for houses is casas.
  6. Did you know that this is often referred to as a wood DUCK?
    The Spanish word for duck is pato.
  7. I hope that this surfer doesn’t have TO FALL into that wave.
    The Spanish verb for 'to fall' is caer.
  8. The beaver is an ANIMAL you either love or become angry with.
    This should have been a really easy one because the Spanish word for animal is animal. It is just pronounced a little different.
  9. Sea TURTLES swim very gracefully!
    The Spanish word for turtles is tortugas.
  10. This young CHILD is building castles in the sand!
    Notice that the child in this picture is a little girl. Therefore, the Spanish word must be feminine. The first and last answers are masculine so you can quickly eliminate them. The third answer means girl while the second answer, niña, means child.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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