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Reading Comprehension: I Can Read Spanish!  (Quiz 5)
One more reading comprehension quiz to see just how good you are at reading Spanish.

Reading Comprehension: I Can Read Spanish!  (Quiz 5)

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz is the final quiz in a series of five that challenges you on your reading comprehension ability. To have made it this far in the three levels of Spanish review quizzes is an amazing feat! You should be very proud of yourself.

As you may recall from the first quiz in the series, the challenge of the entire series was to test you and stretch your ability to be able to comprehend quickly in Spanish. That means being able to think in Spanish.

Quiz 1 and Quiz 2 were the easiest in the series in that, although the reading paragraphs were in Spanish, the quiz questions and the quiz answers were given to you in English. Quiz 3 and 4 were a little more challenging in that the quiz questions were also in Spanish while the answers remained in English. Now it is time to really stretch your learning. For this quiz (Quiz 4) you will be required to do everything in Spanish, i.e., the short paragraphs are in Spanish, the quiz questions are in Spanish and the Answers are in Spanish. There is one additional challenge – see if you can take this quiz without having to translate everything in your head over to English and then back into Spanish. Rather, see if you can read, understand (comprehend) and find the correct answers all while thinking in Spanish. It’s a tall challenge but with all of the practice you have had up to this point, you should find that it is not as difficult as you first might think.

If you do find that you need to translate everything in your head, then come back to this quiz in a day or two and see if you can do it without translating. You can try this task several times until it does become natural and your brain really begins thinking and comprehending in Spanish. Now, let’s take a look at two short paragraphs followed by the quiz! Best of luck!

Talbot quedó tranquilo ya que el Capitán Efferton leyó los papeles que vinieron de Larchen Kessling esa mañana. Cuando él acabó leyendo, Efferton metió los papeles abajo. Viendo Talbot, él sonrió. "¡Bueno, lo tengo!", él dijo. "Larchen Kessling está coincidiendo conmigo tomar cuatro hombres de las edades de quince y veinticinco de cada familia." Eso enseñará la gente a escuchar a mí ahora.

Talbot supo que su capitán quiso esta noticia. Supo que las familias en los valles no fueron feliz. Caminando sobre a su caballo, Talbot miró por encima del campamento. A medianoche, él y sus hombres se serán añadiendo a sus números. Él supo que las personas estuvieron yendo a combatir con ellos pero su capitán ganará al final.

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1.
Talbot se quedó tranquilo cuando su capitán hizo esto.
comió su almuerzo
llamó a los hombres
caminó a la ciudad
leyó los papeles
The sentence reads: Talbot stood still as his captain did this. The paragraphs tell us that: Talbot quedó tranquilo ya que el Capitán Efferton leyó los papeles que vinieron de Larchen Kessling esa mañana. This reads as: Talbot stood still as the Captain Efferton read the papers… Leyó los papeles means read the papers.
2.
¿Qué dijo el capitán de hacer con los papeles?
les dio a un hombre
él los perdió
metió los papeles abajo
él los compró
The question asks: What did the captain do with the papers? The paragraphs tell us that: Cuando él acabó leyendo, Efferton metió los papeles abajo. This reads as: When he finished reading, Efferton put the papers down. Metió los papeles abajo means put the papers down.
3.
¿Qué hizo Larchen Kessling?
me escribió
que viene a ver me
él está enojado con me
está coincidiendo con me
The question asks: What did Larchen Kessling do? The paragraphs tell us that: Larchen Kessling está coincidiendo conmigo… This reads as, Larchen Kessling is agreeing with me… Está coincidiendo con me means is agreeing with me.
4.
¿Cuántos hombres puede tomar el capitán de cada familia?
cuatro
dos
quince
veinte y cinco
The question asks: How many men can the captain take from each family? The paragraphs tell us that: Larchen Kessling está coincidiendo conmigo tomar cuatro hombres de las edades de quince y veinticinco de cada familia. This reads as: Larchen Kessling is agreeing with me to take four mens from the ages of fifteen and twenty-five from each family. The captain can take four men. Four in Spanish is cuatro.
5.
¿Tomar a los hombres hará que las personas hagan qué?
orarán
viajarán
que le ayudará
escuchar a mí
The question asks: Taking the men will make the people do what? The paragraphs tell us that: Eso enseñará la gente a escuchar a me ahora. This reads as: That will teach the people to listen to me now. The people will listen to me. Listen to me in Spanish is escuchar a mí.
6.
¿Cómo van las familias en los valles a estar?
muy mal
no fueron feliz
muy feliz
no triste
The question asks: How will the families in the valleys be? The paragraphs tell us that: Supo que las familias en los valles no fueron feliz. This reads as: He knew that the families in the valleys would not be happy. The families would not be happy. This is no fueron feliz in Spanish.
7.
Talbot caminó a esta.
su caballo
su padre
su perro
su burro
This sentence reads: Talbot walked to this. The paragraphs tell us: sobre a su caballo… This reads as: over to his horse. Talbot walked over to his horse which is su caballo in Spanish.
8.
¿Qué van Talbot y sus hombres a hacer antes de la medianoche?
comer su cena
serán añadiendo a sus números
hacer sus camas
tomar muchos hombres
The question asks: What will Talbot and his men do by midnight? The paragraphs tell us that: A medianoche, él y sus hombres se serán añadiendo a sus números. This reads as: By midnight, he and his men will be adding to their numbers. They will be adding to their numbers. This is serán añadiendo a sus números.
9.
¿Qué fueron las gentes yendo hacer?
yendo a ayudar
yendo a morir
yendo a dejar
yendo a combatir
The question asks: What were the people going to do? The paragraphs tell us that: Él supo que las personas estuvieron yendo a combatir con ellos… This reads as: He knew that the people were going to fight them… The people were going to fight. This is yendo a combatir in Spanish.
10.
¿Qué hará el capitán al final?
matará
perderá
ganará
morirá
The question asks: What will the captain do in the end? The paragraphs tell us that: pero su capitán ganará al final. This reads as: but the captain will win in the end. The captain will win. This is ganará in Spanish.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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