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Grammar - Verbs Triathlon!
Can you conjugate 'sorprender', the Spanish verb 'to surprise'?

Grammar - Verbs Triathlon!

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz is the third of four athletic verb quizzes which means it’s time to run a triathlon! The first athletic quiz was titled Grammar: Verbs 2K Run! and you were challenged to locate the correct English translation of the Spanish base verb. In the second athletic quiz titled Grammar: Verbs Marathon! you were challenged to have to find the correct conjugation and pronoun form of two verbs per sentence. Now you are about to enter into the triathlon.

Here in verbs triathlon, you will be given sentences in Spanish with the Spanish verb shown in all capitalized letters. Your challenge is to locate the correct English translation in the proper verb tense. You are training your brain to swing back and forth between Spanish and English. This third quiz and the fourth and final quiz will swing your brain from going from Spanish to English. Are you all warmed up! Then let’s give that brain a little workout! On your mark – get set – GO!

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1.
Te LLAMARÉ en el miércoles.
I will call
he called
she names
she loves
This sentence reads: I will call you on Wednesday. The verb is the future tense, i.e., will call.
2.
El profesor BORRÓ la pizarra.
[he] erased
[he] borrowed
[he] brought
[he] showed
This sentence reads: The teacher erased the blackboard. It is in the past tense. The pronoun that can replace the teacher is he.
3.
El vendedor VENDIÓ un reloj.
[he] came
[he] sold
[he] wanted
he] saw
This sentence reads: The salesman sold a watch. It is in the past tense. The pronoun that can replace the salesman is he.
4.
PROMETEMOS estar tranquilos.
We prompted
We promote
We promise
We will prompt
This sentence reads: We promise to be quiet. The verb is in the present tense and the pronoun is we.
5.
Ellos ESPERARÁN para el verano.
They will explain
They experience
They expected
They will hope
This sentence reads: They will hope for summer. The verb is the future tense, i.e., will hope.
6.
Ella ENCONTRÓ su collar.
[She] removed
[She] contained
[She] encountered
[She] found
This sentence reads: She found her necklace. The verb is the past tense, i.e., found.
7.
SABÉIS la dirección.
You (plural familiar) save
You (plural familiar) know
You (plural familiar) follow
You (plural familiar) search
This sentence reads: You (plural familiar) know the direction. The verb is the present tense, i.e., know.
8.
ELEGIRÉ al mejor hombre.
I elected
He will elect
I will elect
He elected
This sentence reads: I will elect the best man. The verb is the future tense, i.e., will elect, and the pronoun is I.
9.
Juan y Pedro SORPRENDIERON sus padres.
[They] surprised
[They] supported
[They] surrendered
[They] sustained
This sentence reads: John and Peter surprised their parents. The pronoun that can replace John and Peter is they. The verb is the past tense, i.e., surprised.
10.
MONTO el tren.
I board
I meet
I move
I ride
This sentence reads: I ride the train. The verb is the present tense, i.e., ride.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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