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What's In Your Closet?

Continuing on with this series of quick and snappy quizzes, this Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will help you remember some of the Spanish words for things that can be found in your closet.

On average, girls will more than likely have a lot more items found in their closets than boys (and that’s only natural). However, since you might need to find one of these items at some point in time, it is a good idea that you get to know the many different items that can be found there.

Are you dressed for the occasion? Then let’s button this quiz up! Read the following ten sentences. In each sentence an article of clothing has been shown in capitalized letters. See if you can match it up with the corresponding Spanish word. I’m sure you’ll be able to zip right through! Now, let’s go see what’s in your closet!

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  1. In the winter, nothing is as comfy as a nice pair of flannel PAJAMAS!
    This is really an easy one as the Spanish word for pajamas is pijamas.
  2. You’ll need stretch PANTS to do this exercise.
    The Spanish word for pants is pantalones.
  3. These SHIRTS have been hung out to dry.
    The Spanish word for shirts is camisas.
  4. I think that the most comfortable pants ever invented are JEANS.
    The Spanish word for jeans is vaqueros.
  5. What do you think of her vintage, black poker-dot BLOUSE?
    The Spanish word for blouse is blusa.
  6. SOCKS can come in lots of fun designs!
    The Spanish word for socks is calcetines. The singular form of sock is calcentín.
  7. One of the hardest things to do is to find a SWIMSUIT that will fit just right.
    The Spanish word for swimsuit is bañador.
  8. Every girl should have a long, red SKIRT in her closet!
    The Spanish word for skirt is falda.
  9. I think people look so stylish in a really good SUIT.
    The Spanish word for suit is traje.
  10. No decent cowboy would go without BOOTS.
    The Spanish word for boots is botas.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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