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Do You Measure Up?

Even though you are going through the process of learning how to speak a new language, there is more involved than just learning new words. Learning a new language also involves understanding other subjects such as history, science and math in that new language. Therefore, in this Spanish Medium Review picture quiz you will be reviewing different forms of measurements to see if you can measure up!

If you have forgotten some or all of the Spanish measurement vocabulary words, or if you simply need to review them, then please check out the Spanish Medium Review academic quiz titled Math: Measuring in Spanish. That quiz will help to prepare you for this quiz. If you are ready, then please take a look at the pictures below and the sentences that go with them. See how quickly you can measure up to locate the correct Spanish answers!

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  1. You use this roll of tape to take your MEASUREMENT.
    The Spanish word for measurement is medida.
  2. She will swim many LENGTHS of the pool to practice her strokes.
    The Spanish word for lengths is longitudes.
  3. Do you know how to measure these tomatoes in GRAMS?
    The Spanish word for grams is gramos.
  4. Here you have a GALLON of orange juice!
    To find the correct answer here you will need to know how to properly spell gallon in Spanish. That would be galón. There is an accent mark above the 'o' and there is only one L.
  5. It is only a few METERS to the house.
    The Spanish word for meters is metros.
  6. As you may very well know, every triangle has three ANGLES.
    To find the correct answer here you will need to know how to properly spell angles in Spanish. That would be ángulos. There is an accent mark above the 'a'.
  7. Can you measure the DEPTH of this well?
    The Spanish word for depth is profundidad.
  8. Do you know how many CENTIMETERS there are from one edge of a record to the other?
    To find the correct answer here you will need to know how to properly spell centimeters in Spanish. That would be centímetros. There is an accent mark above the 'i'.
  9. Rulers are broken down into INCHES and centimeters.
    The Spanish word for inches is pulgadas.
  10. You need several CUPS of flour to make bread.
    The Spanish word for cups is tazas.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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