Spanish Quizzes Nbr. 8: Lessons 62 – 74

Spanish Quizzes Nbr. 8 (lessons 62 – 74)

 

This is the test associated to Compilation Nbr. 8, which covers lessons 62 – 74.

The topics covered are the following:

  • Lesson 62: Spanish Possessive Pronouns – Part 2 (cont.)
  • Lesson 63: Spanish numbers – Huge numbers in Spanish (typical confusion with English)
  • Lesson 64: Spanish Prepositions – Spanish preposition DE (OF)
  • Lesson 65: Spanish pronunciation
  • Lesson 66: Helpful common phrases in Spanish – Useful sentences in SpanishLesson 67: The human anatomy in Spanish – Part 1
  • Lesson 68: Naming the Parts of the Body – Part 2
  • Lesson 69: Few Vs Little – Countable-Uncountable
  • Lesson 70: Few Vs Little (Sentences) Countable / Uncountable
  • Lesson 71: Verb SER in Spanish (verb to be in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish
  • Lesson 72: Verb SER in Spanish (verb to be in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish – Phrases in Spanish
  • Lesson 73: Verbo ESTAR (verbo TO BE in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish
  • Lesson 74: Verbo ESTAR (verbo TO BE in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish – Spanish sentences

 

This test has in total 18 questions. The questions of the present Spanish exam are divided like this:

  • 16 you have to write down your answer
  • 1 you have to select the correct answer
  • 1 is Multiple Choice (ponts will be deducted for each wrong answer selected)

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1. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Mine are blue.

2. Select the correct Spanish word that means “one billion”:

 
 
 
 

3. Write down the following huge number in Spanish:

13,001,548,320

4. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

The bitch’s hair is black.

5. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

The house’s door is open.
door = puerta
open = abierto/a

6. Translate the following phrase to Spanish:

Where are the people?
las personas = the people

7. Translate the following sentence to Spanish (use words instead of figures for the number):

The watch costs one thousand pesos.
the watch = el reloj

8. Select all the words that mean parts of the body that belong to the head.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

9. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

My back is itching.
to itch = picar (it is used as a reflexive verb)

10. Rewrite the previous sentence, but this time in negative and Simple Present.

11. Rephrase the previous sentence, but this time adding “not any more”. Like this:

My back isn’t itching anymore.
not anymore = ya no

12. Still referring to the same sentence, translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I will scratch it with my nails.

13. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Yesterday I swam very little.
to swim = nadar

14. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

 I don’t have few friends.

15. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

He wasn’t very nice.
nice = simpático

16. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I want to be an actor.

17. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I will be with them.

18. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Tomorrow we are going to be all together.


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