Spanish Exam Nbr. 6 – Lessons 35 – 46

Spanish Exam 6 relates to the 6th series of lessons

Spanish Exam Nbr. 6 includes exercises from all topics covered in lessons 35 – 46 (or Compilation Nbr. 6).

The topics covered are the following:

Lesson 035 – Simple Dialog in Spanish
Lesson 036 – Spanish Comparative and Superlative
Lesson 037 – Cont. Spanish Comparative and Superlative
Lesson 038 – Spanish Abstract Superlative
Lesson 039 – Sentences and examples using Spanish Comparative and Superlative
Lesson 040 – Cuándo y Cuando – When and When
Lesson 041 – Spanish Verb HACER
Lesson 042 – Examples using Spanish verb HACER
Lesson 043 – Review of Spanish Possessive Pronouns
Lesson 044 – Las cuatro estaciones – The four seasons in Spanish
Lesson 045 – Spanish Adjectives – Sets of opposites
Lesson 046 – Cont. Spanish Adjectives – Sets of opposites

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1. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

This  (sheet of) paper is bigger.
papar = papel

2. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

This is the greatest mess.
mess = lío

3. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

Today it is colder than yesterday.

4. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

He is uglier than her.

5. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

This man is the richest and that one is the poorest.

6. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative (abstract instead of referring to anything specific) translate to Spanish:

This is the best and that is the worst.

7. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative (abstract instead of referring to anything specific) translate to Spanish:

This is the best and that is the worst.

8. Using Spanish Comparative and Superlative, translate to Spanish:

This man is the oldest and that one is the youngest.
(use “menor/mayor” instead of using “viejo/joven”)

9. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Which is Carlos’ telephone number?

10. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

This boy is very bad and those girls are very good.

11. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

We do many good things.

12. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Spring-time is more windy than Autumn.

13. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Summer-time is more hot than Winter.

14. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

That one is her husband and this one is his wife.

15. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

That is my school.

16. Translate the following sentences to Spanish:

When will we have lunch? When it is noon.


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