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Raffle 5
A tiny, pet pig. How would you say pig if you were speaking Spanish?

Raffle 5

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1.
In TYPICAL fashion, it rained every single day of their camping trip.
turbante
tomillo
típica
tibia
Here the capitalized word is describing the object of fashion making it an adjective. Fashion is a feminine word which means that typical must be in the feminine form. The Spanish feminine word for typical is típica.
2.
From what he could see, he guessed that there were ABOUT thirty pieces of candy left in the bowl.
así
poco
sobre
apio
The Spanish word for about is sobre. Note that at times the Spanish word of de is also used to mean about.
3.
What would a hamburger be without BACON?
tiburón
tocino
pez
pulpo
The Spanish word for bacon is tocino.
4.
When he heard that he had gotten the job he was filled with JOY!
emocionado
triste
gracias
alegría
The Spanish word for joy is alegría.
5.
Off of the field they were good friends but on the field they were ENEMIES.
enemigos
enémigos
enemígos
énemigos
For this word you will need to know how to spell enemies in Spanish. The Spanish word for enemies is enemigos. There is no accent mark.
6.
Do you prefer bacon or SAUSAGE?
salchicha
carne
filete
asado
The Spanish word for sausage is salchicha.
7.
A HAMMER is a construction workers trusty friend.
destornillador
martillo
llave inglesa
tornillo
The Spanish word for hammer is martillo.
8.
It was custom to not allow any FEMALES at the stag party.
chicas
muchachas
hembras
sobrinas
The Spanish word for females is hembras.
9.
The mother PIG led her little piglets to the drinking trough.
vaca
gato
burro
cerdo
The Spanish word for pig is cerdo.
10.
Here is where they build the huge TRANSPORTATION ships.
transpórte
tránsporte
transporte
transporté
In order to get this one correct you will need to know how to spell transportation in Spanish. The Spanish word for transportation is transporte. There is no accent mark.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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