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Writing - Spanish to English (2)

In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be able to continue your practice of writing out sentences from Spanish to English. As you are aware by now, this quiz is the second of two writing quizzes where you are given a sentence in Spanish which you then must translate into English. Check out the Spanish Medium Review quiz titled Writing: Spanish to English (1) to read a more detailed description of the quiz, as well as the two sister quizzes titled Writing: English to Spanish (1) and Writing: English to Spanish (2).

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To complete this quiz, read each of the ten Spanish sentences and then write down what you believe to be the English translation of each sentence. Then look at the given Answers to see if you can match up your translation to one of the four answer in order to locate the correct translation. If you have already done the three other quizzes mentioned above, you can simply move on to the quiz sentences now. If you have not taken those quizzes, go check them out and then come back and take this quiz.

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  1. Davíd besó su mejilla.
    Each answer has correctly translated Davíd as David. Next is the verb besó which is a past tense verb that means he kissed. This then tells you that the correct translation is: David kissed her check.
  2. El coche necesita aceite.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'el coche' as 'the car'. The verb necesita is a present tense form that means needs. The second and third answers show the past tense form of the verb so they can be eliminated. The word aceite is Spanish for oil showing you that the correct translation is: The car need oil.
  3. Dieron sangre.
    The Spanish verb dieron is the past tense form of the verb dar and means they gave. Sangre means blood. Therefore, the correct translation is: They gave blood.
  4. El doctor salvó su riñón.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'El doctor salvó su' as 'The doctor saved his'. The word riñón means kidney. Therefore, the correct translation is: The doctor saved his kidney.
  5. El piso era de hormigón.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'El piso era' as 'The floor was'. The word hormigón means concrete. This means that the correct translation is: The floor was concrete.
  6. Sentaron en el vestíbulo.
    Each answer has correctly translated Sentaron as they sat. The word vestibule means lobby. Therefore, the correct translation is: They sat in the lobby.
  7. ¿Tiene un martillo?
    Each answer has correctly translated 'Tiene un' as 'do you have'. The word martillo means hammer. The correct translation is then: Do you have a hammer?
  8. Ella siente solitaria.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'Ella' as 'She'. The verb siente is in the present form and means feels. Therefore, the correct translation is: She feels lonely.
  9. Natalie fue al desfile.
    Each answer has correctly translated 'Natalie fue al' as 'Natalie went to the'. The word desfile means parade and the correct translation is: Natalie went to the parade.
  10. Oyó el búho.
    The verb oyó means he heard. The first and last answer can now be eliminated. The word búho means owl. Therefore, the correct translation is: He heard the owl.

Author: Christine G. Broome

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