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Language - Spanish Medium Summary Review

Here you will be challenged with a Spanish Medium Summary Review of all that you have learned thus far. What an amazing accomplishment! Can you even imagine how far you have come? At this point you will have completed nearly 200 academic quizzes and 100 quick picture quizzes. Among those you were introduced to thousands of new words, the past and present tense of verbs, you were taught how to understand sentence structure, learned how to use proper grammar, played ping-pong with your brain thoughts in order to make the Spanish language more natural to you and so much more.

There was an awful lot of material to have to take in over the past series of quizzes but you DID IT! Now, before this Spanish Medium Review series comes to an end, it is time to look back and review some of the things that you have learned.

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This quiz will be run in the same fashion as the Spanish Easy Review quiz titled Language: Beginners Spanish Summary Review. The quiz below will contain ten questions that will be related to information about Spanish, some of the facts and some of the rules. Again, some of the facts and the rules may seem rather easy while others might be a little more difficult. If you are unable to remember the answer to any of the questions, please take the time to look back at each of the quizzes that will give you a more detailed reminder – otherwise, you may now begin the quiz!

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  1. Which word below is not an adjective?
    An adjective is a word that describes a person, place or thing (a noun). The first answer means majestic. The second answer means deaf. The third answer means seal and the last answer means large. The word that does not describe a person, place or thing is seal.
  2. In Spanish an adjective generally comes after the noun it describes. There is an exception. The exception is when the adjective refers to ____.
    The exception is when the adjective refers to a type of number. For example, each, many, few, some, any, both, the first, the second (etc.), the last and all.
  3. Sometimes a tiny, squiggly line appears above the letter n. What is that line called?
    The little squiggly line (~) that appears above the letter n is known as a tilde.
  4. In English an adverb generally ends with an 'ly'. In Spanish an adverb generally ends with ____.
    In Spanish and adverb generally ends with 'mente'.
  5. What is an indirect object?
    An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that is affected by a verb but the verb does not show the action of that noun/object or pronoun.
  6. This is the Spanish dialect spoken in northern and central Spain. In this area you will often notice that the C has a TH sound.
    Castilian is the Spanish dialect that is spoken in northern and central Spain.
  7. The words this, that, these and those are ____.
    The words this, that, these and those are demonstrative adjectives. Demonstrative adjectives are words that are used to point to something else.
  8. When a sentence contains both a direct object pronoun and an indirect object pronoun that are connected to the same verb, the indirect object pronoun gets written and spoken ____.
    When a sentence contains both a direct object pronoun and an indirect object pronoun that are connected to the same verb, the indirect object pronoun gets written and spoken first.
  9. English has 4 demonstrative adjectives. How many demonstrative adjectives are there in Spanish?
    There are a total of 12 demonstrative adjectives in Spanish.
  10. Which of the following words is not used in Spanish?
    Spanish does not have a word for 'not'.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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