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Grammar - Verbs Olympics!

This Spanish Medium Review quiz will get you to the finish line of the verbs’ athletic series by competing in the verbs Olympics! That means that this is the final quiz in the athletic verb quiz series. The first quiz was Grammar: Verbs 2K Run!, the second quiz was Grammar: Verbs Marathon! and the third quiz was Grammar: Verbs Triathlon!. As stated in the earlier quizzes, if you have not already visited and taken each of those quizzes, please do so now!

Since this is the Olympics, each of the previous athletic verb quizzes were simply a warm up to the big boy! Now it is time to see just how far all of that practice has taken you towards really learning the verbs. This time you will be going for it all. You will be going for the gold!

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The challenge here is that you will not be given any additional Spanish verbs. Boy that must be a relief! On the other hand, what you need to know here is virtually every verb you have learned in thus far throughout both the Spanish Easy Review and Spanish Medium Review quizzes. That is a whole lot of verbs. In fact, that is approximately 180 verbs! Since there are so many verbs, this quiz will run a little differently.

For each of the ten quiz problems below, you will be given four verbs in English. You will then need to match up those four verbs (paying attention to their tense and the pronoun that should go with them) to the correct four verbs in Spanish. This could be tricky so don’t try to rush through it too quickly. It will take getting all ten problems correct in order to win that gold medal! Don’t settle for anything less because you DESERVE the GOLD! Now, are you ready to begin? Well, the crowds are roaring! The crowds are cheering you on! So… on your mark – get set – GO!

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  1. they kiss, we buy, it swims, he divorced
    First note the tenses. You have: present, present, present and past. The first answer has present, present, past, present. That is not correct. The second answer has present, present, present, past which seems to match. However, now you need to look at the pronouns. The first pronoun is they but the first pronoun in the second answer is 'you' (singular familiar). This means that the second answer is not correct. The last answer has present, past, past, past so it too is not correct. The third answer has present, present, present and past which read 'they kiss', 'we buy', 'it swims' and 'he divorced'.
  2. newsman announced, grandmother sends, I hated, the boys lied
    First note the tenses. You have: past, present, past and past. The second answer has past, present, present, past. That is not correct. The third answer has past, past, present, present. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has past, past, present, past. Again, that is not correct. The first answer has past, present, past and past. Now you need to determine the pronouns for newsman, grandmother and the boys and that would be he, she and they. The first answer reads 'he announced', 'she sends', 'I hated' and 'they lied'.
  3. she knitted, we write, I came, they live
    First note the tenses. You have: past, present, past, present. The first answer has present, past, present, past. That is not correct. The third answer has present, past, past, past. This, too, is not correct. The last answer has the base form verb, past, past and present. Again, this is not correct. All of the pronouns have been provided. The second answer then reads, 'she knitted', 'we write', 'I came' and 'they live'.
  4. it felt, you dressed (singular familiar), the bird coughed, we fall
    First note the tenses. You have: past, past, past and present. The first answer has past, past, present and present. That is not correct. The second answer has present, past, present and past. That, too, is not correct. The third answer has present, past, past and present. Again, that is not correct. Now you need to determine the pronoun for the bird. That would be it. The last answer reads 'it felt', 'you dressed' (singular familiar), 'it coughed' and 'we fall'.
  5. John and Billy went, the dresser opens, the police had, I left
    First note the tenses. You have: past, present, past and past. The first answer has past, past, present and past. That is not correct. The second answer has present, past, present and past. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has present, present, past and present. Again, that is not correct. The third answer has past, present, past and past. Now you need to determine the pronouns for the John and Billy, the dresser and the police. That would be they, it and they. The third answer reads 'they went', 'it opens', 'they had' and 'I left'.
  6. mother takes, the congregation believed, Fred understands, they dove
    First note the tenses. You have: present, past, present and past. The first answer has past, present, present and past. That is not correct. The third answer has past, past, past and present. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has past, past, past and past. Again, that is not correct. The second answer has present, past, present and past. Now you need to determine the pronouns for mother, the congregation and Fred and that would be she, it and he. The second answer reads 'she takes', 'it believed', 'he understands' and 'they dove'.
  7. she asked, the preacher marries, the flowers looked, Joshua raked
    First note the tenses. You have: past, present, past and past. The first answer has present, present, past and past. That is not correct. The second answer has present, past, past and present. That, too, is not correct. The third answer has past, past, past and present. Again, that is not correct. The last answer has past, present, past and past. Now you need to determine the pronouns for the preacher, the flowers and Joshua. That would be he, they and he. The last answer reads 'she asked', 'he marries', 'they looked' and 'he raked'.
  8. we pushed, the professor calculated, she laughs, you show (singular familiar)
    First note the tenses. You have: past, past, present and present. The second answer has present, present, past and present. That is not correct. The third answer has present, present, present and past. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has present, past, past and past. Again, that is not correct. The first answer has past, past, present and present. Now you need to determine the pronoun for the professor which would be he. The first answer reads 'we pushed', 'he calculated', 'she laughs' and 'you show'.
  9. I anticipate, they proved, we whistle, he hung
    First note the tenses. You have: present, past, present and past. The first answer has past, past, past and present. That is not correct. The third answer has present, present, present and past. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has past, present, present and past. Again, that is not correct. The second answer has present, past, present and past. All of the pronouns have been provided. The second answer reads 'I anticipate', 'they proved', 'we whistle' and 'he hung'.
  10. the baker baked, the government furnishes, we won, daddy needed
    First note the tenses. You have: past, present, past and past. The first answer has present, past, past and present. That is not correct. The second answer has present, present, present and past. That, too, is not correct. The last answer has past, present, present and past. Again, that is not correct. The third answer has past, present, past and past. Now you need to determine the pronouns for the baker, the government and daddy. That would be he, it and he. The third answer reads 'he baked', 'it furnishes', 'we won' and 'he needed'.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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