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What's for Dinner?

In this Spanish Medium Review picture quiz you will be looking at things you might have for dinner. What is your favorite meal of the day? Is it dinner? They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but most people believe that dinner is the best meal of the day! There are so many different foods to choose from when it comes to dinner time. You can have a six course meal with all the trimmings like meat, vegetables, potatoes and a scrumptious dessert, or you can have some soup and a sandwich or you can have a salad or you can have a casserole. Some even like to have breakfast food for dinner. Really, the sky is the limit when it comes to dinner.

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As you have been learning the Spanish vocabulary words to so many different foods, both here in Spanish Medium Review and back in Spanish Easy Review, this quiz will draw upon your memory of food words found in both of those series of quizzes. It shouldn’t be all that hard as you probably know a lot more about food than anything!

Now, if you are ready, each of the following ten sentences as a food item that has been shown in all capitalized letters. From the answers given, see if you can quickly locate the correct Spanish word for the capitalized word. The trick here is to see just how quickly you can find the correct words and come up with an amazing score! Who knows, after the quiz you just might want to go see what’s for dinner at your house!

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  1. This looks like some yummy tomato SOUP.
    The Spanish word for soup is sopa. The first answer is Spanish for rib. The second answer is Spanish for celery. The last answer is Spanish for pork.
  2. I love CORN dripped in butter and salt!
    The Spanish word for corn is maíz. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The second answer is Spanish for rice. The third answer is Spanish for peas. The last answer is Spanish for bread.
  3. Do you think you could get your MOUTH around this?
    The Spanish word for mouth is boca. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The second answer is Spanish for hand. The third answer is Spanish for ear. The last answer is Spanish for arm.
  4. You can find lots of little CAKES at bake sales.
    The Spanish word for cakes is tartas. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The first answer is Spanish for cookies. The third answer is Spanish for popsicles. The last answer is Spanish for ice creams.
  5. A beautiful, golden TURKEY for a Sunday dinner!
    The Spanish word for turkey is pavo. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The first answer is Spanish for egg. The second answer is Spanish for chicken. The third answer is Spanish for punch.
  6. I’d like lots of gourmet CHEESE please!
    The Spanish word for cheese is queso. The first answer is Spanish for beer. The third answer is Spanish for squash or pumpkin. The last answer is Spanish for meat.
  7. That’s a mighty big plate of SPAGHETTI don’t you think!
    The Spanish word for spaghetti is espagueti. The first answer is Spanish for milkshake. The second answer is Spanish for pizza (that was easy). The last answer is Spanish for pickle.
  8. This would make a lovely, light summer DINNER.
    The Spanish word for dinner is cena. The second answer is Spanish for breakfast. The third answer is Spanish for dessert. The last answer is Spanish for snack.
  9. Do you like to have EGGS with your salad?
    The Spanish word for eggs is huevos. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The first answer is Spanish for waters. The second answer is Spanish for foods. The third answer is Spanish for butters.
  10. There is absolutely nothing as good as homemade, baked BREAD!
    The Spanish word for bread is pan. (This was learned in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series.) The first answer is Spanish for pie. The third answer is Spanish for custard. The last answer is Spanish for donut.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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