Spanish Quiz Nbr. 7 (lessons 47 – 61)

NEW: Spanish Quiz Nbr. 7 (lessons  46 – 61)

 

Spanish Quiz Nbr. 7 follows our Compilation of lessons Nbr. 7 covers lessons 46 – 61, and contains 20 questions:

  • 16 you have to write down your answer
  • 4 you have to select the correct

The topics covered by the present Spanish Quiz are the following:

  • Lesson 47: Sentences with adjectives and sets of opposites
  • Lesson 48: More adjectives and sets of opposites
  • Lesson 49: Sentences with adjectives and sets of opposites
  • Lesson 50: Spanish Positional and directional words
  • Lesson 51: Sentences with Spanish positional and directional words
  • Lesson 52: Spanish Conjunctive Words
  • Lesson 53: Spanish Conjunctive Words
  • Lesson 54: Conjugating Future Tense in Spanish
  • Lesson 55: Cont. Conjugating Future Tense in Spanish
  • Lesson 56: The Spanish Formal Subject Pronoun “USTED”
  • Lesson 57: Spanish Unstressed Possessive Adjectives
  • Lesson 58: Sentences using Spanish Unstressed Possessive Adjectives
  • Lesson 59: Spanish Stressed Possessive Adjectives
  • Lesson 60: Sentences using Spanish Stressed Possessive Adjectives
  • Lesson 61: Spanish Possessive Pronouns

 

When writing down you answers you have to pay special attention to the right punctuation.  Therefore, don’t forget to open-and-close question marks; use tildes whenever and wherever they go; begin new sentences with capital letters, and finish a sentence with a period (.). All this, of course, unless the contrary be specified in the question.

For example:

  • If the answer consists of a sentence, then you will have to begin with capital-case, and finish with a period
  • If the answer consists of just a word (not a sentence), then you are neither expected to use capitals, nor to finish with a period (.)

One last thing regarding this Spanish Quiz (and all others):

It is not an easy quiz, so don’t feel down if you fail, or if you don’t get the result you were expecting. I have designed simple, rational, but high-level quizzes to make students think and use that knowledge that may be hidden somewhere in the mind. Without using what we have learned, if fossilizes, and becomes useless. Therefore I believe this kind of quiz is the right thing to help you keep your skill fresher.

You can always return and complete the assessment as many times as you wish, until you get it right!

Good luck!

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