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¡Bienvenido! - Welcome to Spanish Difficult Review!
Do you know the Spanish word for fisherman? If not, you'll learn it in this quiz.

¡Bienvenido! - Welcome to Spanish Difficult Review!

Congratulations! If you are taking this quiz, that means you have accomplished and passed all of your Spanish Easy Review quizzes, as well as all of your Spanish Medium Review quizzes! You should be very proud of yourself! You have already journeyed down a path that will make you a more diverse individual, being able to communicate in more than one society and one culture. Now, in this Spanish Difficult Review quiz, we welcome you to the next round of Spanish by doing a quick review of Spanish Medium Review.

At times as you have been learning Spanish you might have felt some frustration. At other times you probably felt as though you were having some fun. There might have been times you wanted to quit. Finally, at other times you probably felt very proud of yourself for marching forward, learning something that had at the beginning seemed so foreign to you and now was actually really starting to make sense.

For you to have made it this far – you are absolutely AMAZING! We all here at EQ are very proud and happy for you! However, your journey is not over with just yet.

TOUGHER CHALLENGES

Here in Spanish Difficult Review you will once again face challenges only now the challenges just might be a little more difficult. The more difficult, however, the more satisfying once they have been completed.

One of the major challenges in this series of academic quizzes will not only include learning how to speak Spanish but will draw more heavily on learning how to sing songs in Spanish, how to read paragraphs in Spanish, how to write short paragraphs in Spanish and on how to conjugate verbs in the future tense. Of course, there will still be many more new vocabulary words to learn. In fact, by the end of the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series your Spanish vocabulary bank will literally be in the tens of thousands of words, not including all of the millions of numbers you also know.

For those who wish to continue on with their Spanish education, you will be quite ready to move on into what many education courses refer to as Conversational Spanish. It will be in Conversational Spanish where all the work that you have been doing to train your brain will get tested to its max and before you know it – English and Spanish will both be a piece of cake. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. You do still need to work through the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series first.

BRIEF COURSE OVERVIEW

Just as was done in the Spanish Easy Review and Spanish Medium Review quiz series, here in the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series there will be a series of 100 academic learning quizzes followed by a series of 50 quick, stimulating picture quizzes. The picture quizzes are meant to have you move through them as fast as possible to make your trained brain kick into gear. They also will show you the areas you might have some weakness in and, therefore, will need to go back to the academic quizzes for further review.

Before moving on into the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series, however, it is always a good practice at the very beginning of a new series to revisit some of the rules of your new language. This is especially true if you have taken a little bit of a break since completing the Spanish Medium Review quiz series. Therefore, this opening quiz is going to throw you a few questions that will test your memory on Spanish vocabulary. Do you think you are ready to move forward? Fantastic! Then you may begin your first series quiz!

1.
Prepositions tell us what is happening and when it is happening. In Spanish there are simple prepositions and complex prepositions. Which of the following is not a simple preposition?
ante
bajo
nos
sin
The first answer means before. The second answer means under and the last answer means without. Each of these is a preposition. The third answer means us, to us and for us. It is an indirect object pronoun and not a simple preposition.
2.
A direct object pronoun is ____.
a word that modifies or changes the meaning of a verb
a word that is used in place of a noun that is directly affected by the action of a verb
a noun or pronoun that is affected by a verb but the verb does not show the action of that noun/object or pronoun
is a word that is used to point to something
A direct object pronoun is a word that is used in place of a noun that is directly affected by the action of a verb.
3.
The preposition ____ is commonly used to mean 'for' as in 'because of', 'for the benefit of' and 'in exchange for'.
por
para
en
de
The preposition por is commonly used to mean 'for' as in 'because of', 'for the benefit of' and 'in exchange for'.
4.
When the word 'then' is referring to something that will occur later on or next, the Spanish word ____ is used.
ahora
entonces
fuera
luego
When the word 'then' is referring to something that will occur later on or next, the Spanish word luego is used.
5.
¿Cuál es su nombre? means ____
How do you call yourself?
Which is your name? [formal]
How do you call you? [informal]
Which is your name? [informal]
¿Cuál es su nombre? means: Which is your name? [formal].
6.
There are how many definite articles in Spanish?
8
2
4
12
The definite article in Spanish is the word 'the'. Because Spanish words are gender specific, there are 4 definite articles, i.e., el, la, los and las.
7.
Not only does the accent mark change the meaning of the word but it also changes how the word is ____.
placed in a sentence
conjugated
made plural
pronounced
Not only does the accent mark change the meaning of the word but it also changes how the word is pronounced.
8.
Which of the following is not an occupation?
bulevar
azafata
consejero
pescador
The second answer is Spanish for stewardess. The third answer is Spanish for counselor. The last answer is Spanish for fisherman and the first answer is Spanish for boulevard. A boulevard is not an occupation.
9.
When a noun ends in the letters 'ión', add 'es' and ____.
move the accent mark from the 'o' over to the 'i'
remove the 'o' and make 'ión' read as 'in'
carry over the accent mark over the 'o'
remove the accent mark over the 'o'
When a noun ends in the letters 'ión', add 'es' and remove the accent mark over the 'o'.
10.
In Spanish the word for 'and' is 'y'. However, at times the 'y' will be shown as an 'e'. When does the 'y' become shown as an 'e'?
When the word before the 'y' ends with an 'e'.
When the verb in the sentence is in the past tense.
When the word that follows the 'y' begins with an 'i'.
When the word before the 'y' and the word after the 'y' are in their plural form.
The 'y' becomes an 'e' when the word that immediately follows the 'y' begins with the letter 'i'.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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