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Spelling - Spelling Baseball - Homerun!

In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will once again be tested on your Spanish spelling by going for it all! A homerun! In short, this quiz is the final quiz of the subseries of spelling quizzes. It is now time to go all the way home with one swing of the bat! You can do it! Be patient and wait for the right pitch to be thrown. Then, hit it out of the park for a homerun!

If you have not already taken the pre-quizzes to this more challenging quiz, then please go back and take quizzes titled Spelling Baseball – 1st Base!, Spelling Baseball – 2nd Base! and Spelling Baseball – 3rd Base!. In those quizzes you first had to translate one word, then two words and then three words. Now you will have to translate four or more words in the form of simple sentences! All ten sentences will be in Spanish and your task will be to locate the correct English translation. You will really have to know your Spanish words to get them right!

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  1. Odio mañanas del lunes.
    The Spanish words mañanas del lunes mean Monday mornings and this has been translated correctly in each answer. The word odio is the Spanish present tense verb for 'I hate'. This then shows you that the correct translation is: I hate Monday mornings.
  2. Esteban es un artista.
    The Spanish words es un artista mean is an artist. Note that artista is used for both masculine and feminine. The Spanish name Esteban means Steven. This tells you that the correct translation is: Steven is an artist.
  3. Tomaron el coche azul.
    The Spanish words el coche azul mean the blue car. This has been translated correctly in each answer. There is no Spanish word for 'in' being used. As this is used in the third and last answers they can be eliminated. The Spanish verb used is tomaron which, in this instance, means they took. (It could also mean 'you [plural formal] took.) This then tells you that the first answer is the correct translation.
  4. María tuvo un pequeño cordero.
    Each answer has correctly translated María as Mary but that is as far as they go. The correct English translation of the given sentence is: Mary had a little lamb.
  5. El profesor está en la escuela.
    The Spanish words el professor mean the teacher and they have been translated correctly in each answer. The verb used here is the Spanish present tense verb of 'is'. The first and second answers have translated this as a past tense verb which is not correct. The Spanish word 'en' means 'in' and the words la escuela mean school not building. Therefore, the correct translation is: The teacher is in the school.
  6. La iglesia tiene muchas ventanas.
    The Spanish verb tiene means you [singular formal]/he/she/it has. The last answer translates it as 'they have' (the ideas have) which is not correct. The Spanish word muchas means many and has been translated correctly in each answer. The Spanish words la iglesia mean the church and ventanas means window. Therefore, the correct translation is: The church has many windows.
  7. Padre ama televisiones de alta definición.
    The Spanish word padre means father. This means that the third and last answers can be eliminated. The Spanish words televisiones de alta definición means televisions of high definition or high definition televisions. The Spanish verb ama means he loves and not he watches. Therefore, the correct translation is: Father loves high definition televisions.
  8. Miguel estudia nueva química.
    The Spanish name Miguel means Michael and this has been translated correctly in each answer. The word nueva means new. It, too, has been translated correctly in each answer. The Spanish verb estudia means he studies. It does not mean understands or is studying so the first and last answers can now be eliminated. The Spanish word química means chemistry. This now tells you that the correct translation is: Michael studies new chemistry.
  9. Abuela visita a su nieta.
    The Spanish word abuela means grandmother. The first and second answers can now be eliminated. The Spanish verb visita means visits which has been translated correctly in each answer. The Spanish word su means her and the Spanish word nieta means granddaughter. This then tells you that the correct translation is: Grandmother visits her granddaughter.
  10. El payaso comió algodón.
    The Spanish word algodón means cotton candy. It can also simply mean cotton and in some places cotton candy would be stated as dulce de algodón or algodón de azúcar and nube de algodón. Either way of saying it, it still tastes just as good! As you can see, each answer has correctly translated this. The Spanish verb comió is a past tense verb for he ate. This now means that the first and last answers can be eliminated. The Spanish words el payaso mean the clown. This then tells you that the translation is: The clown ate cotton candy.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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