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Music - Singing in the Rain!
'Singing in the rain'. Can you translate this phrase into Spanish?

Music - Singing in the Rain!

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will take a look at music, specifically, the song of Singing in the Rain! Before you move forward with this quiz, however, please make certain that you check out the Spanish Difficult Review music quiz titled Music: Over the Rainbow. That quiz will give you a more detailed introduction regarding the music series of quizzes that have been created for you here in the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series.

Music is a great way to get to know a new language. The rhythm of the words and the melody help us to relax and let the brain flow. That is why it is easier to remember the lyrics of a song than it is to remember the lines of a poem. Therefore, this music series of quizzes will hopefully help you to relax to the point that you can really enjoy your new language.

This quiz’s song is, again, Singing in the Rain! It, too, is a very familiar song so hopefully you are already familiar with its lyrics. You will be given ten phrases from the song and then be asked to locate the Spanish translation of that phrase. This is really going to test your vocabulary memory – but hopefully you’ll have fun along the way of doing that! Of course, feel free to sing the song as well!

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1.
I’m singing in the rain.
Estoy cantando en la nieve.
Estoy cantando en el restaurante.
Estoy cantando en el aula.
Estoy cantando en la lluvia.
The first answer reads: I’m singing in the snow. The second answer reads: I’m singing in the restaurant. The third answer reads: I’m singing in the classroom. Neither of these is the proper translation. The last answer reads: I’m singing in the rain.
2.
I'm happy again.
Estoy feliz hoy.
Estoy feliz mañana.
Estoy feliz de nuevo.
Estoy feliz de la semana que viene.
The first answer reads: I’m happy today. The second answer reads: I’m happy tomorrow. The last answer reads: I’m happy next week. Neither of these is a correct translation. The third answer reads: I’m happy again.
3.
I'm laughing at clouds.
Estoy riendo de los conejitos.
Estoy riendo de las nubes.
Estoy riendo de las tormentas.
Estoy riendo de los gusanos.
The first answer reads: I’m laughing at bunnies. The third answer reads: I’m laughing at storms. The last answer reads: I’m laughing at worms. Neither of these is the correct translation. The second answer reads: I’m laughing at clouds.
4.
The sun’s in my heart…
El sol está en mi corazón.
El sol está en mi cabello.
El sol está en mi armario.
El sol está en mi hombro.
The second answer reads: The sun’s in my hair… The third answer reads: The sun’s in my closet… The last answer reads: The sun’s in my shoulder… Clearly neither of these is correct. The first answer reads: The sun’s in my heart…
5.
I’m ready for love…
Estoy listo para el desayuno.
Estoy listo para la cama.
Estoy listo para el amor.
Estoy listo para la cena.
The first answer reads: I’m ready for breakfast… The second answer reads: I’m ready for bed… The last answer reads: I’m ready for dinner… Neither of these is a correct translation. The third answer reads: I’m ready for love…
6.
Come on with the rain.
Vamos a la lluvia.
Vamos de la lluvia.
Vamos por la lluvia.
Vamos con la lluvia.
The first answer reads: Come at the rain. The second answer reads: Come from the rain. The third answer reads: Come for the rain. They are close but not correct translations. The last answer reads: Come on with the rain.
7.
I’ve a smile on my face…
Tengo una sonrisa en mi brazo.
Tengo una sonrisa en mi cara.
Tengo una sonrisa en mi pierna.
Tengo una sonrisa en mi cabeza.
The first answer reads: I’ve a smile on my arm… The third answer reads: I’ve a smile on my leg… The last answer reads: I’ve a smile on my head… Neither of these is the correct translation. The second answer reads: I’ve a smile on my face…
8.
I walk down the lane…
Camino por la cascada.
Camino por la colina.
Camino por el carril.
Camino por el sótano.
The first answer reads: I walk down the waterfall… The second answer reads: I walk down the hill… The last answer reads: I walk down the basement... Neither of these is the correct translation. The third answer, however, reads: I walk down the lane…
9.
with a happy refrain…
con un abstenerse feliz…
con un abstenerse triste…
con un abstenerse solitario…
con un abstenerse plano…
The second answer reads: with a sad refrain… The third answer reads: with a lonely refrain… The last answer reads: with a flat refrain… Neither is correct. The first answer reads: with a happy refrain…
10.
Just singing, singing in the rain.
Justo corriendo, corriendo en la lluvia.
Justo comiendo, comiendo en la lluvia.
Justo caminando, caminando en la lluvia.
Justo cantando, cantando en la lluvia.
The first answer reads: Just running, running in the rain. The second answer reads: Just eating, eating in the rain. The third answer reads: Just walking, walking in the rain. Neither of these is the correct translation. The last answer, on the other hand, reads: Just singing, singing in the rain.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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