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Car Care!

In this Spanish Medium Review picture quiz you will be reviewing items that you would associate with a car or vehicle. Have you ever heard the saying, 'You can’t live with it and you can’t live without it.' Well, that seems to apply to cars too, doesn’t it? Why? Because, you can’t live with a car and you can’t live without one, at least not very well.

Cars are wonderful when they run smoothly but when you get a little ticking sound, or squeaking sound, or a huge rattle, then all sanity seems to go out the window. Well, that is if you do not know anything about fixing cars. Men seem to have a special love for cars and treat them like babies. Although many women do not understand all of the devoted treatment men give to their cars, there is a huge benefit to it. After all, a car well cared for is a car that will last you for many, many years.

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Cars need to be pampered. Therefore, for this picture review quiz, you will be looking for how to pamper your car in Spanish. In short, the quiz will help you in two ways. First, learning a new language and, second, learning how to care for a car. Therefore, for each of the capitalized quiz words, see how quickly you can take care of the problem of translation.

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  1. It’s a nasty job but you must get all the dead bugs off of the WINDSHIELD.
    The Spanish word for windshield is parabrisas.
  2. These three dogs have jumped into the TRUNK and are ready to go!
    The Spanish word for trunk is maletero.
  3. Older cars had bright, shiny FENDERS.
    The Spanish word for fenders is defensas.
  4. In bad weather it is especially important to have good BRAKES.
    The Spanish word for brakes is frenos.
  5. It is never good to see smoke coming out from under the HOOD.
    The Spanish word for hood is capota.
  6. If you want to drive a car, you will definitely need the KEY.
    The Spanish word for key is llave.
  7. It is so important to have really good TIRES to keep you safe.
    The Spanish word for tires is neumáticos.
  8. A car will not go if it doesn’t have any GASOLINE.
    Yes – this was an easy one as gasoline in Spanish is gasolina.
  9. If you don’t keep a check on the OIL level you could burn up the engine.
    The Spanish word for oil is aceite.
  10. Looks like today would be a good day to call for a CAB!
    When you see this – turn the other way! It’s a good day to call for a taxi/cab! The Spanish word for cab is taxi.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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