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- The Spanish Alphabet
- Proper nouns
- Proper adjectives
- Proper names
- Book titles
- Numbers 0 to 99
- Matching endings with nouns
- Honey, We Need to Talk (Conversations)
1. The modern Spanish alphabet has how many letters?
2. The word yo means _______ in Spanish.
c) he or she
3. Which one of the following should be capitalized in Spanish?
a) people's titles
b) proper adjectives
c) people's names
d) all of the above
4. The English translation of buenas tardes is:
a) good morning
b) good afternoon
c) good night
5. True or false: In Spanish, a question has an additional upside-down question mark at the beginning of the sentence.
6. How do you say "thank you" in Spanish?
7. If you were painting a picture of the sun, what color would you use?
8. True or false: Some Spanish words are only distinguished by their accents.
9. Nouns that end in "o" are usually _______ and nouns that end in "a" are usually _______.
a) masculine, feminine
b) feminine, masculine
c) masculine, masculine
d) feminine, feminine
10. Uno + dos + tres =
11. What is Spanish for "thirty"?
12. How would you say, "the hats" in Spanish?
a) el sombreros
b) la sombreros
c) las sombreros
d) los sombreros
13. If you are referring to a group consisting of both men and women, you should use the pronoun:
14. Using the regular verb correr, how would you say, "She runs"?
a) Ella corra
b) Ella corre
c) Ella curri
d) Ella corr
15. How do you translate "President Taft" in Spanish?
a) el Presidente Taft
b) el Presidente taft
c) el presidente Taft
d) el presidente taft
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||1. Why do you think there is an upside down question mark at the beginning of sentences in Spanish?
2. Compared to other languages, do you think Spanish is easier to learn, or harder? Why?
3. A false cognate is a word in Spanish that looks like a word in English but has a different meaning. For example, in Spanish mayor means "older". What false cognates can you think of? Do you think false cognates are coincidences, or is there something more to them?
4. If you could pick a universal language that everyone would speak, and it couldn't be your native language, which one would you pick?
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